Fresh Ideas: A Year of Passive Programming
Sponsored by CATS
Come join a fun and informative session on ways to create reusable and cost effective passive programs for your library. You will learn about a year's worth of passive programming ideas for both older and younger children, as well as the presenter's trials and triumphs. Time will be allotted to allow participants to explore materials from previously executed passive programming.
This session can be used as a jumping off point for librarians to create their own passive programs in their own libraries. They will be shown over a year's worth of low cost and easy projects that can be reused, stored, and displayed.
Amber Colley is a Children's Services Assistant for the Moore Public Library. She has a Bachelor's degree in Nonprofit Organizational Studies and a Master's degree in Early Childhood Education. Amber has worked for the Pioneer Library System for 4 years. She vows to never grow up and spends her days playing dress up, making crafts, and reading children's books to all of her library friends.