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The Resource How to STEM : science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia, Carol Smallwood

How to STEM : science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia, Carol Smallwood

Label
How to STEM : science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries
Title
How to STEM
Title remainder
science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries
Statement of responsibility
edited by Vera Gubnitskaia, Carol Smallwood
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
During the past few years, groups like the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, Center for Education have been placing great emphasis on the significance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education. In brief, the US is seen as falling behind the rest of the world in science and technology education. In response, the curricula have been revised in many educational institutions and school districts across the country. It is clear that for STEM to be successful, other community organizations, most particularly libraries, need to be closely involved in the process. Library staff realize the importance of getting involved in STEM education, but many have difficulty finding comprehensive information that will help them plan and successfully implement STEM direction in their organization. This book is designed to meet that need. It is timely and relevant
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
026/.5
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
How to STEM : science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia, Carol Smallwood
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The STEM Kids Program and the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) at the Grand Forks Public Library
  • Aaron Stefanich and Laura Munski
  • Animation Programs at the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library
  • Michael Cherry
  • How Not to Blow Up the Library : Planning and Facilitating a Homeschool Science Lab in Your Building
  • Fred Kirchner
  • Customizing the For-Credit Information Literacy Course for STEM Majors / Rosalia Petralia and Kathy Turner
  • Kid-ventions with the U.S. Patent Library
  • Barbara J. Hampton
  • A Math Emporium Project
  • WonderWorks : Preschoolers Playing with STEM
  • Nastasha Johnson and Tiffany B. Russell
  • The School Librarian Role in the FIRST® LEGO® League Team Project
  • Karla Steege Krueger
  • STEM Library Services for High School Students Enrolled as University Students: STEMming From Scratch
  • Janna Mattson and Heather Groves Hannan
  • How to Get Science Going
  • Keary Bramwell
  • Graphic Novels Ignite Imagination in the Sciences
  • Melanie E. Hughes and Gary Pinkston
  • Showcasing Scientific Research Output : New Audiences for Science Libraries
  • Carissa Christner
  • Alvin Hutchinson
  • Embedding Librarians into the STEM Publication Process
  • Anne Rauh and Linda M. Galloway
  • How NOT to Reinvent the STEM Wheel : Using Crowdsourcing and Community Partners
  • Jennifer Hopwood
  • Girls' Night Out : STEM Programs for Girls Only
  • Kathleen J. Clauson
  • Celebrating Geographic Information Systems through GIS Day @ Your Library
  • Carol Patterson McAuliffe
  • Fun Is Learning : Making an Interactive Science Café Series
  • Creating STEM Kits for Teen Programs
  • Karen Lauritsen
  • How to Make Library Workshops Popular with Science and Engineering Students
  • Giovanna Badia
  • Learning About Future Stem Careers
  • Eileen G. Harrington
  • Take it from the Top : Cultivating Relationships with STEM Faculty to Connect with Students
  • Shawn V. Lombardo and Barbara A. Shipman
  • Grant Writing to Support STEM
  • Susan P. Cordell and Reenay R.H. Rogers
  • STEM on a Budget!
  • Kelly Czarnecki
  • Sarah Wright
  • Digging into Reading : A Worm's Perspective
  • Barbara Fiehn and Jeanine M. Huss
  • The Maker Movement, STEM and Libraries : How Libraries Large and Small Can Support Hands-On Math and Science Learning in Their Communities
  • Cynthia Houston
Control code
ocn858914254
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvii, 280 pages
Isbn
9780810892736
Lccn
2013025036
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)858914254
Label
How to STEM : science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries, edited by Vera Gubnitskaia, Carol Smallwood
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The STEM Kids Program and the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) at the Grand Forks Public Library
  • Aaron Stefanich and Laura Munski
  • Animation Programs at the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library
  • Michael Cherry
  • How Not to Blow Up the Library : Planning and Facilitating a Homeschool Science Lab in Your Building
  • Fred Kirchner
  • Customizing the For-Credit Information Literacy Course for STEM Majors / Rosalia Petralia and Kathy Turner
  • Kid-ventions with the U.S. Patent Library
  • Barbara J. Hampton
  • A Math Emporium Project
  • WonderWorks : Preschoolers Playing with STEM
  • Nastasha Johnson and Tiffany B. Russell
  • The School Librarian Role in the FIRST® LEGO® League Team Project
  • Karla Steege Krueger
  • STEM Library Services for High School Students Enrolled as University Students: STEMming From Scratch
  • Janna Mattson and Heather Groves Hannan
  • How to Get Science Going
  • Keary Bramwell
  • Graphic Novels Ignite Imagination in the Sciences
  • Melanie E. Hughes and Gary Pinkston
  • Showcasing Scientific Research Output : New Audiences for Science Libraries
  • Carissa Christner
  • Alvin Hutchinson
  • Embedding Librarians into the STEM Publication Process
  • Anne Rauh and Linda M. Galloway
  • How NOT to Reinvent the STEM Wheel : Using Crowdsourcing and Community Partners
  • Jennifer Hopwood
  • Girls' Night Out : STEM Programs for Girls Only
  • Kathleen J. Clauson
  • Celebrating Geographic Information Systems through GIS Day @ Your Library
  • Carol Patterson McAuliffe
  • Fun Is Learning : Making an Interactive Science Café Series
  • Creating STEM Kits for Teen Programs
  • Karen Lauritsen
  • How to Make Library Workshops Popular with Science and Engineering Students
  • Giovanna Badia
  • Learning About Future Stem Careers
  • Eileen G. Harrington
  • Take it from the Top : Cultivating Relationships with STEM Faculty to Connect with Students
  • Shawn V. Lombardo and Barbara A. Shipman
  • Grant Writing to Support STEM
  • Susan P. Cordell and Reenay R.H. Rogers
  • STEM on a Budget!
  • Kelly Czarnecki
  • Sarah Wright
  • Digging into Reading : A Worm's Perspective
  • Barbara Fiehn and Jeanine M. Huss
  • The Maker Movement, STEM and Libraries : How Libraries Large and Small Can Support Hands-On Math and Science Learning in Their Communities
  • Cynthia Houston
Control code
ocn858914254
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvii, 280 pages
Isbn
9780810892736
Lccn
2013025036
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)858914254

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