We have provided our Ozobots program as an example.
A description of the Makerspace Programming kits purchased by Wheatland Regional Library in 2016 and the Staff Training we conducted with our largely rural Branch Librarians to encourage them to provide STEM/STEAM-based programs
Wheatland Regional Library is made up of 45 branches. Using the Storybird platform we let kids get creative and write their own books. Published books are then printed in full colour at our central administrative office, assembled, and sent out to the creator’s home library for pick up.
This resource briefly discusses how we set up Storybird, supporting programs that were run, and our outcomes. It also contains a sample of the postcards used to register kids in the local branch "class".