Teen Tech Week
In March, libraries across the U.S. host Teen Tech Week to encourage young patrons to learn about the technology and resources available to them. Here at the Pollard Memorial Library, we have many types of technology for public use including computers, printers, scanner/copier, a Ntouch video phone with video relay service, and a low-vision workstation.
For young adults interested in computer science and programming, visit our display in the YA section! Also, check out Hoopla and Overdrive (Libby) for eBooks and eMagazines you can read anywhere using your smartphone or other device. We have curated a digital display of eBooks to get you started. We’ve also provided a list of websites where you can start learning coding for free!
Learn to code websites:
MIT App Inventor
Click on an image for more information.