During Spring break, teens learned how to create their own game using a Microsoft product, Kodu. The program was taught by C.J. from the Game Truck. Not only were teens introduced to the game Kodu they were also informed about the local game companies in Research Triangle
Join Katie Hyde, of the Center for Documentary Studies, for a presentation on the exhibit, Literacy Through Photography. The exhibit features photographs and writings by students in the classrooms of Alison Edwards, Elizabeth Sims, Lee Washalefsky and Vanessa Barnes at
The teen area is receiving a makeover with new Digital Photos courtesy of a partnership with the Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham. The school is located less than a mile from the Main Library. First year photography students are given the
On March 20, 2014, teens got the opportunity to explore some of the mysteries of Chemistry. They enjoyed watching juices and liquids turn into solids, and awed at physical and chemical reactions as seen here.
Great and exciting things have been happening in the Durham County Library’s S.T.E.M. Program activities. The videography program has been trying their hand at intense video editing this past week of April 1, 2014. Information and data for the content