Blogs: Technology

  • STEAMhome: LED BroochMaker[Space]Ship icon

    Looking for a unique craft project or a hands-on circuit learning lesson? Creating an LED brooch with kids ages 8 years and up does both! This is the first post in our new STEAMhome blog series. Learn how to make at home with SJPL's new blog series STEAMhome!
    Posted by: Casey McCoy on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 - 10:30 AM | Comments: 0
  • eSpotlight - How Do I...? Use Hoopla Kids ModeHoopla Kids

    The online world can be a scary place for kids AND their grown-ups.  We would like to help make it a little bit more navigable.  Hoopla, our popular eResource that offers eBooks, streaming music and movies, eComics, and more, now offers a Kids Mode that lets parents set the Hoopla website/app to show only materials suitable for kids ages 12 and under.  Sounds great, right?  
    Posted by: Stacy Tomaszewski on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - 10:30 AM | Comments: 0
  • Join the Evolution of LearningLRNG icon: blue with sans-serif lettering spelling LRNG

    LRNG is a collective shift in learning. It begins with youth and where they are. It connects their passions, people and purpose. It empowers them for success in the connected age.
    Posted by: Erin Berman on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 - 2:20 PM | Comments: 0
  • Choose PrivacyChoose Privacy Icon

    What Privacy Means to You Privacy. Pause for a few seconds to think about what that word means. What emotions does it evoke? Are there specific images or moments in time that pop into your mind? Now think about online privacy. Does your definition change? Do you have different expectations for online privacy than you do for offline interactions?
    Posted by: Erin Berman on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 - 2:22 PM | Comments: 3
  • Science at Seven TreesScience at Seven Trees

    Science Just Got Fun! Get ready to learn and have fun with new science experiment kits available for checkout at the Seven Trees Branch now available! Each kit contains materials and supplies to perform science experiments and activities. Have fun experimenting with:
    Posted by: Moises Moreno on Friday, February 26, 2016 - 5:00 PM | Comments: 0