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Title How to STEM : science, technology, engineering, and math education in libraries / edited by Vera Gubnitskaia, Carol Smallwood.
Pub Info Lanham, Maryland : Scarecrow Press, Inc., [2014]
book jacket
 South Yarmouth-Children's  TEACHER 026.5 HOW     WITHDRAWN
 Truro-Reference  026.5 GUB     LIB USE ONLY
Descript xvii, 280 pages ; 23 cm.
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents WonderWorks : Preschoolers Playing with STEM / by Carissa Christner -- Creating STEM Kits for Teen Programs / by Kelly Czarnecki -- Digging into Reading : A Worm's Perspective / by 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 / by Cynthia Houston -- The STEM Kids Program and the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) at the Grand Forks Public Library / by Aaron Stefanich and Laura Munski -- Animation Programs at the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library / by Michael Cherry -- How Not to Blow Up the Library : Planning and Facilitating a Homeschool Science Lab in Your Building / by 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 / by Barbara J. Hampton -- A Math Emporium Project / by Nastasha Johnson and Tiffany B. Russell -- The School Librarian Role in the FIRST® LEGO® League Team Project / by Karla Steege Krueger -- STEMming From Scratch : STEM Library Services for High School Students Enrolled as University Students / by Janna Mattson and Heather Groves Hannan -- How to Get Science Going / by Keary Bramwell -- Graphic Novels Ignite Imagination in the Sciences / by Melanie E. Hughes and Gary Pinkston -- Showcasing Scientific Research Outpu : New Audiences for Science Libraries / by Alvin Hutchinson -- Embedding Librarians into the STEM Publication Process / by Anne Rauh and Linda M. Galloway -- How NOT to Reinvent the STEM Wheel : Using Crowdsourcing and Community Partners / by Jennifer Hopwood -- Girls' Night Out : STEM Programs for Girls Only / by Kathleen J. Clauson -- Celebrating Geographic Information Systems through GIS Day @ Your Library / by Carol Patterson McAuliffe -- Fun Is Learning : Making an Interactive Science Café Series / by Karen Lauritsen -- How to Make Library Workshops Popular with Science and Engineering Students / by Giovanna Badia -- Learning About Future Stem Careers / by Eileen G. Harrington -- Take it from the Top : Cultivating Relationships with STEM Faculty to Connect with Students / by Shawn V. Lombardo and Barbara A. Shipman -- Grant Writing to Support STEM / by Susan P. Cordell and Reenay R.H. Rogers -- STEM on a Budget! / by Sarah Wright.
Subject Science and technology libraries -- United States.
Science -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Technology -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Engineering -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Library orientation for science students.
Libraries -- Special collections -- Science.
School librarian participation in curriculum planning -- United States.
Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculum -- United States.
Libraries and education -- United States -- Case studies.
Add Author Gubnitskaia, Vera, 1960- editor.
Smallwood, Carol, 1939- editor.
ISBN 9780810892736 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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