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“Frindle” Author Remembered | News Bites

Discovery Education Launches STEM Careers Coalition

School Librarians Excel in Coding Instruction, Maker Ed, SLJ Survey Finds

With Citizen Science Projects, Kids Assist NASA, Build Understanding of Climate Issues

Katherine Johnson, NASA Mathematician, Knows You Have a Story To Tell

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Public Library Summer Programming Is Vital to Communities, SLJ Survey Shows

Tech Leaders: STEM & STEAM Dreamers

Sphero Creates BOLT of Excitement | Tech Review

Collaborate with Science Teachers To Share Climate Resources

Climate of Uncertainty: When Teachers Grapple with Climate Science

A Science Teacher’s Go-To Resources for Teaching Climate Change

Three School Librarian Models | Editorial

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

Five Ideas for the Teen Makerspace: DIY Games Edition

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


39 Titles To Round Out Any Maker Program


Tapping the Lifelong Potential of Making | Editorial

How To Organize 250,000 LEGO Pieces


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Maker Grows Up: Committing to Sustainable Programs Nationwide

Video: Toy Take-Apart with Kristin Fontichiaro and Ben Rearick

Good Inventions: Tech Innovations that Help the Community

Let Teens Lead in Makerspaces


Adobe Offers $5 Student Access to Creative Cloud


How To Boost Spatial Skills, Key to STEM Learning


Engage Students in Inquiry Based-Learning with Discovery Education’s STEM Connect

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Maker Space Gets an Upgrade, Becomes "Part of the Healing Process"

How a Connecticut Library Became a Community STEM Hub

Fusenews: O my cabbage stalks, I must leave you behind!

8 Nonfiction Series from Smaller Publishers


STEM & the Standards: Librarians and the NGSS


Trend Alert: Breakerspaces | Library Hacks


The Latest STEM and History Titles | January 2018 Xpress Reviews

I've Got Cardboard and a Sphero. Now What?


To the Moon and Back: STEM Series with High Interest

Cheap Thrills: Maker Projects that Won’t Break Your Budget

Reference Titles on Sharks, Medical Marvels, & More

Book Review: Bold Women of Medicine: 21 Stories of Astounding Discoveries, Daring Surgeries, and Healing Breakthroughs by Susan M. Latta

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

Middle Grade: New Titles from Jason Reynolds, Alan Gratz, Robert Beatty, & More | September 2017 Xpress Reviews

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

I Went to a STEAMFest and This is What I Learned

Five STEM-themed Chapter Books & Lesson Plan Ideas

Totally! How Libraries Are Preparing for the Eclipse

33 Winning Back-to-School Ideas


Standout STEM Reads | SLJ Spotlight

Your 3-D Printer Hates You. Now Let’s Get Started!

Smithsonian and Lenovo Partner on K–12 STEAM Initiative

Curiosity Machine: Science Tied to the Curriculum and the Maker Movement | SLJ Review

MI District Adopts “Mixed Reality” Technology for Students

School STEM Programs Designed by the Experts

Hello, Space Station! Teens Chat with an Astronaut via Ham Radio

Reading (and Engineering with) “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind”

Technology, Pure and Simple: General Science | Series Nonfiction

How To Start a Baking Club at the Library


3 “STEM”-ulating Biographies

Summer Programming Inspirations, from Scavenger Hunts to Lunch at the Library


15 STEM Titles To Celebrate Women

LittleBits Introduces First Game-Based Coding Kit

Go Science! Inspiring Young Minds | Editorial


Science Award Opportunity; #BlackSTEMLikeMe | News Bites

Alex Awards Check-In | Adult Books 4 Teens


In Call for Early STEM Learning, Libraries Cited as Potential ‘Charging Stations'

STEM U: Working Collaborations Between Schools and University Students

STEAM Project Recipes: Insta-Robots and Sewing Art


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

New Year, New Ideas: Knockout Programming for 2017

Top 10 Tech | 2016

Engineering, Inspired by Kid Lit


Credo, AR State University Partner to Boost College Readiness

Study on Maker Educators Outlines How Their Needs Can Be Met

The "A" in STEAM: Bring Out the Inner Artist in Kids


11 Lessons from a Maker Space­­, One Year In


It’s Genius Hour!


STEAM, with an Emphasis on "A" | SLJ ISTE Webcast Series

Celebrating the Peculiar: Program Ideas in Advance of "Miss Peregrine" Film


The Latest in STEM: Teens Team Up With the FDA

Hey, I Built a LEGO Wall! Here's How.


String Theory: Projects Merging Math, Art, and Making

Yes, He Can! Todd Burleson, SLJ’s 2016 School Librarian of the Year


Trend Alert: Kite-Making Workshops


Turn STEM into STEAM: Storytelling with ScratchJr

SLJ Reviews Sphero’s New Robot, SPRK+


Helping Girls Thrive in STEM Fields and Working "Storytime Magic" | Professional Reading


Top Themes and Hot Tickets at ALA and ISTE 2016

U.S. Girls Top Boys in Tech and Engineering, Study Shows

Video of the Week: 'Hamilton' Meets High School Neuroscience

SLJ Reviews the littleBits STEAM Student Set

Amazing Marble Run Mazes | Programming Cookbook

SLJ Reviews LEGO WeDo 2.0

Smithsonian Learning Lab, Open for Business and Seeking Feedback


Steampunk, SLIME, and Game Design: Lead the Change Fast-Learning Sessions


DNA Play | Touch and Go

LittleBits Announces STEAM Student Set at SXSWEdu

Want to Start a STEM Program? Assess Your Community Needs First


Making, With a Rube Goldberg Twist


Lessons from New Jersey's Annual Makers Day

Vernier to Host Free Workshops for Science and STEM Educators


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