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Welcome to Teen Tech Week!

Posted on March 12th, 2013 by Akunna in Events, Programs, Technology, Teen Services

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Teen Tech Week is a time to celebrate, learn more about and use tech resources in your  library!  Take a look at the different techie programs you can participate in this week.

It’s also a time for teen librarians to hear from teens about their current tech interests– anything from books about technology to video games you like to learning skills to be creative with technology. So, come talk to us– we really want to hear from you! Feel free to leave some suggestions in the comment section below, too.

And… if you want to beef up on tech history during the week, check out the blog  This Day in Tech History, which gives you brief information on a significant piece of tech history for each day. Today, in 2008 (a really long time ago, right?) Hulu, the online video streaming website, was first launched.  If you’ve got some other interesting tech facts, post them in the comments.

Enjoy the week!

Celebrate Teen Tech Week!

Posted on March 9th, 2010 by ccheever@private.bpl.org in Contests, Events

Teen Tech Week (March 7-13, 2010) celebrates the non-print resources in the library. Come play a video game (tournament @ the Mattapan Branch on Tuesday and Friday), use our computers to play online (have you seen Games for Change yet?), and make sure you look at the games you can check out and take home (here are the links for our PS2, PS3, Wii, and XBox 360 collections).

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