Teens To Build Mini-Robots

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This article is presented through a partnership with the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library.

Get your geek on at our Teen Tech Week events as librarians introduce teens to technology training and mini-robotics kits that will make ordinary objects extraordinary.

DIY Tech Education [12-18 years] Learn to create websites, build smartphone apps, use HTML, and enhance the design of your website with Treehouse online education. Both beginners and advanced users can start learning the in-demand technology skills at this Teen Tech Week program. Free headphones will be provided to teen participants. Get a head start right now at tscpl.org/treehouse .

Computer Training Center
Monday, March 10, 3:30-4:30 pm

Teen Tech Week, March 9–15, is a national, annual event that promotes the use of technology, tools and services for teen library users. Check out www.tscpl.org/teens for teen-specific blog posts this week and all year round.

The library’s Kids Library staff is committed to serving this energy-filled demographic all year round, with two areas in the library, David J’s and The Edge, and programs that include everything from Open-Mic Night to how to cook for yourself. The library’s Oveson-Campbell Homework Center offers time dedicated to teen students.

While you are here, ask our Teen Librarians to find you some great websites or books on whatever interests you.