I was wondering if you are going to have any writing workshops (essay writing, reading comprehension help for middle school aged kids.
I just saw the picture of your giant scrabble game. I am very impressed. I would like to setup something like this at my library. Can you send me any details about how you did it?
Pauline Lynch Shostack
Electronic Resources Librarian
This is my first year as a librarian, and I will be teaching an 8th grade introduction to the library class this May. I am interested in doing an Amazing Race style game with them and saw that you had done one in the past. I would appreciate any specifics you would be willing to share with me. Thank you!
Central Lyon High School
Rock Rapids, IA
Were the professors' lectures videotaped? Might they be put on the web for viewing? Any info is appreciated.
Tole Painting Class. I.e. Host a local tole-painter to demonstrate tole-painting. You can even use the book "Tole-Painted Garden Furniture" by Areta Bingham, which is in the Library, to promote the event. People, like me, who are interested in painting and are preparing for Spring, will appreciate this class/event.
Thank you for listening.
It would be appreciated if these classes could be offered at times that are convenient for working adults. Evenings and weekends.
Could you please tell me where you bought the badges? Were they specially designed for you? I am the director of a small public library in PA. Thanks!
Will you be offering a computer class on Windows 7?
I am interested in taking some of your computer classes. Im hearing impaired and want to know the size of these classes. How many people maximum, do u allow per class? Im concerned about not getting one on one attention. Please let me know because I would like to take the Nov 9th class so I will be looking forward to hearing back from you this week. Thank you so much!
Do you offer your computer classes for non residents?
Does the library offer any computer classes for high school aged students?
My son took the babysitting class offered at the library last Saturday and this todayday. My understanding was that the participants would be certified in first aid, but my son said the teacher today said they would not be certifying the students. Can you please clarify?
-Would you consider adding to your programs several more time offerings for rewriting resumes? It can mean the difference in standing out or just blending in when there are so many applicants for each position.
In my case I had a very specific curriculum for my major but many years in the field and life experience as well. I'd like to know how to situate these in a resume. Thank you for your consideration!
Why can't I find the above mentioned class in "Computer Skills" on the events catalog for October 8 @9:30 a.m.?
PLEASE - go back to a summer reading program that ACTUALLY involves READING! Earning virtual badges on the computer has NOTHING to do w/summer reading. My goal is to get the kids OFF the computer.
I am doing the summer reading program with my 7 grandchildren who live around the USA. I am not very computer savey but did register as a group. I am not sure how I report on how we did our reading or "projects". I did notice that there are a few other badges on the badge page that there are no listed experiences for; connect, lab rat, & volunteer, I did understand the registration one. Please help an old lady out! Thanks,
Hello. I have recently completed my accreditation as a Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT), and I’m reaching out to the community for opportunities to share this art form through classes and workshops. If you haven’t been introduced to Zentangle yet, an article on the technique will be published in the August issue of Michigan Scrapbooker, a free paper arts magazine (www.michiganscrapbooker.com). Zentangle is focused pattern drawing that creates a structured yet flowing artwork one line at a time. Concentrating on each individual stroke allows your mind to unwind and relax. You can see some of my Zentangle work on my website: www.wolfhowlings.wordpress.com http://wp.me/pASgH-rS - May 24 http://wp.me/pASgH-qO - May 9 http://wp.me/pASgH-q3 - April 21 You can learn more about Zentangle at: www.zentangle.com. Zentangle works as a stand-alone art method, and it offers numerous possibilities to create specific projects.
did i miss something..what exactly are the qualifications for these program badges..do we choose one under each, do them all, are we reporting only online? is nothing happening at the library itself?? how are gifts earned..is this really attached to computer accessability??? other programs were easy to recognize..i am not clear on this..i always felt a strong part of the programs before was the personal contact with library staffers and the excitement that people generate...don t get that with a machine. more input needed..thanx I d appreciate it ..tell me why I should involve my grand ducks in scattering all over town instead of enjoying our library bldg and all its wonderful books and people...i don t see the structure of it all...i could see do x, get y...at first glance with previous programs, i see do x and y and z and and maybe abc to get...a badge, maybe...a gift or a prize or something, maybe...yes it does end, that s good , but i m lost on the rest..
I think this program is great for adults, but for children I wish you would go back to the old program. I have children in a reading program at school and they are required to turn in a reading log from the summer reading program through our local library. To that end, we will be registering the kids at Plymouth this year instead of Canton.