We're excited to celebrate Teen Tech Week March 4-10 at CPL locations across the city. This year's theme, "Libraries are for Creating," encourages you to use library resources to become content creators and share out your works of art or inventions.
To get started, check out our Teen Tech Week events around the city where you can:
- create monogram letters
- design 3D objects
- learn Photoshop
- create video games with Twine
- make beats with synthesizers and more!
If you're looking for more inspiration, we have a Teen Tech Week booklist you can use to find more ideas.
Not interested in creating at the moment, but looking for online content? Then read the latest teen fiction eBooks and eAudiobooks from OverDrive. Or try getting inspired by learning a new language with Mango Languages.
Teen Tech Week is an annual initiative supported by the Young Adult Services Association through American Library Association, and is intended to excite teens about connecting to technology and exploring non-print resources available at the library.