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STEM-tastic! Teen Tech Week: March 8-14
Monday, March 9 - Friday, March 13, 3 pm
In celebration of Teen Tech Week, March 9-13, teens will have the opportunity to engage and explore technology and enjoy pop-up maker space activities. Drop-in stations will be set up during the week and include a circuit bar, a Take-Apart Tech Breaker Space, a Lego® table, and a Makey-Makey (crafting) area.
Teen Digital Scavenger Hunt
Monday, March 9 - Saturday, March 14, during branch hours
Join us in celebrating Teen Tech Week (March 8-14) with a digital photo scavenger hunt. Sign up teams of two to four persons at the Information Desk and pick up scavenger hunt rules starting March 9.
Tech Time for Teens and Senior Citizens
Oxon Hill Branch
Saturday, March 14, 10 am-Noon
Teen Tech Week is a time for teens to share their technology skills. Senior citizens can come learn basic computer skills taught by our Teens. Registration is required for all senior citizens.
Thursday, March 12, 4 pm
It's Teen Tech Week! Join us for a fun program where teens will get to break apart objects to see what is inside. You'll be able to see how it works, rebuild it, or make something new! Bring your passion for learning how things work, and let's get ready to crumble!
Saturday, February 28, 2 pm
This program for teen and adult college-bound students is presented in partnership with the Educational Opportunity Center at the University of Maryland. Attendees will receive free, on-site assistance filling out the 2015-2016 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) forms. They will have an opportunity to talk to financial aid professionals about how to apply for financial aid resources. Information regarding state-wide student services, admission requirements and more will be presented. Get help understanding the aid awarded before making your college choice. Please bring your financial documents, including your 2014 W2's and/or 2014 tax returns for on-site FAFSA form review and completion.
Online Reference Books
Online Research Databases
Research resource for African American history and culture, including primary sources, timelines, audio clips, photographs, maps, and other images.
Biographies with related full-text articles from reference books, magazines and newspapers. Search for people, both current and historic from all eras and fields of endeavor.
History articles covering all periods of American and World history.