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Virtual Science Labs, Flipped Classrooms Flourish After a Remote Year

Librarians Help Students Understand Biased Science

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Schilpp Among Ready to Code Grant Recipients

Get On Board with LEGO's Coding Express| Tech Review

Documenting Community with Google Tour Creator | Tech Review

Introduce Little Ones to Coding, Screen-Free, with KUBO | Tech Review

Technology That Sparks Creativity, Inspires Interactive Literacy Projects

Libraries Ready to Code Beta Collection Release

Online Courses, TED Partnership, and More from ISTE 2018 | News Bites

KIBO, a Screen-Free Coding Set for Young Kids | Tech Review

YALSA Wins IMLS Grant to Train Librarians to Better Serve Teens

Going Rogue to Teach Code: A school librarian offers strategies for teaching every age group

Don't Stress About Coding: Focus Shifts To Teaching Problem Solving Not Computer Skills

Apple to Help Chicago Educators Bring Computer Science to the Classroom

Cue: A Robot for Middle Schoolers Offers Advanced Coding Capabilities | Tech Review

Cubetto: A Wooden Robot That Teaches Toddlers How to Code | Tech Review launches new video series: How Computers Work

Librarians Use "Ready to Code" Grants, Learn From Each Other

Top Tools for Computer Science Learning, AR/VR, and Game Design

For Budding Coders, the Micro:bit Promises to Grow with a Learner’s Skill Level | Tech Review

Cover Reveal: How to Code a Sandcastle by Josh Funk, ill. Sara Palacios

Coding for Tweens and Teens | SLJ Spotlight

Maker Movement Grows in K-12, with Librarians Leading the Way, Finds SLJ Survey

Nonfiction from Clinton, Tonatiuh, & More | September 2017 Xpress Reviews

Just released: Horizon Report K12 (and how we’re leading these changes!)

Coding Made Inventive: LittleBits’ Code Kit | SLJ Review

Reshma Saujani On Closing the Gender Gap in Tech

ALA, Google Seek Libraries to Apply for Coding Pilot this Summer

Kids Create Video Games with Bloxels, no Coding Required | SLJ Review

13 Must-Read Titles for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Supermoons Cause Tidal Waves—True or False? Our news literacy program challenges fourth graders to find out.

Cracking the Code with Rosen Digital | Reference Online

School Library Tech Budgets Rise | SLJ 2017 Technology Survey

Problem-solving Techies: Careers & Skills | Series Nonfiction

15 STEM Titles To Celebrate Women

Book Review: Secrets and Sequences: Secret Coders by Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes, a guest post by Callum (age 10)

LittleBits Introduces First Game-Based Coding Kit

Ada Lovelace, Poet of Science: The First Computer Programmer, Orbis Pictus Recommended Title

Cool New Tech Tools & Gadgets for Your Library Wishlist

Libraries Ready to Code!

Top 10 Tech | 2016

Swift Playgrounds: Not Just Another Coding App |SLJ Review

Librarian Launches Indiegogo to Fund Hands-on Coding Blocks

Hello Ruby, Adventures in Coding

Turn STEM into STEAM: Storytelling with ScratchJr

SLJ Reviews Sphero’s New Robot, SPRK+

Hopscotch App Introduces Kids to Block Programming | SLJ Review

MakerSpace: Challenge Cards, getting teens to try new activities in the Teen MakerSpace

MakerSpace: Learning to Code in Scratch

DK Publishing to Up-and-Coming Coders: Start from Scratch

Coding: Resources To Get You Started

Florida Lawmaker Suggests Students Be Allowed to Swap Foreign Language for Coding

Teens Teach Computer Science at a CA Library

Classrooms Connect Virtually To Code with Finch Robots

Getting Schools Revved Up About Robotics

Tiny Ozobot Gets Kids into Block-based Programming | Test Drive

Librarians Leading the Way | Hour of Code 2015

Review: ‘Secret Coders’

Tips for Celebrating Hour of Code at Your Library | Tech Tidbits

Sphero Goes Crystal Clear with SPRK, a New Version of the Programmable Robot

NYC School Tech Summit: Green Screens, Digital Tools, and, Above All, Innovation

Resources from Mobile MegaShare | ISTE 2015

Coding Skills Empower Us All |The Maker Issue

SLJ Reviews LittleBits: These bright, appealing sets encourage tinkerers to explore electronics

How I Organized My School's Hour of Code

Westport Maker Space Expands with Robots, SolidWorks Courses, and Volunteer Training

Not Your Mama’s Library Program: Lanyards give way to coding and power tools in summer tech camps nationwide

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