Teen Tech Week is here! Geek out at your library, March 4th through 10th! Libraries are chock-full of tech toys like CDs, DVDs and computers, and they’re a great place to get connected to online homework help, research resources, gaming, music, the Web and more. Stop by any IMCPL branch during Teen Tech Week and pick up an Internet Scavenger Hunt. (Or click here and print from home! ttw-2012-scavenger-hunt)
Find the answers, complete a short survey and turn in for a prize!
Need a hint to one of the scavenger hunt questions? Post in the comments for tips!
Flickr is a great place to upload and share your digital pictures. You can store and display 100 photos for free, and, you can use a free photo editor to make your photos perfect. It’s also fun to look at other people’s pictures, and you can search by keywords to see a photo of just about anything.
Similar to Flickr, but with tons more editing options for your photos. You can add effects and decorate your pictures with text or cartoon art. You can store photos there for free, to share and display.
Do you really want to play with your photos? Create stunning and professional looking digital scrapbooks with your own photos and videos and Scrapblogs backgrounds and decorations. Print your scrapbook pages, or share them online-for free.
It’s Teen Tech Week at libraries all across the country. Libraries are about more than just books. They have music and movies, computers, and lots of resources to help you use technology to make your life easier, have fun, learn new things and do homework. We’ll be blogging about tech stuff all week, so check often for updates.