In a world ruled by headline skimming and hashtags, I challenge you to read a few paragraphs in and see what happens. You may feel your world expand beyond the buzzwords of today or enjoy a needed break.
Organizing files and folders on your computer is just like organizing papers in a filing cabinet – you need to be able to find them again after you tidy them away. Here we’ll take … Continued
There’s a long tradition of anthropomorphic animals (animals that act like humans) in fiction. From mice to elephants and everything in between, they’re all over our books and movies. I began to wonder why so many people love these stories.
Double or single click? Right or left side? The mouse can seem confusing, but here are some simple tips to have you clicking confidently every time. Single clicking: This is the mouse skill … Continued
The public computers at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh use Windows as their operating software. This is also a common operating system in schools and workplaces. Let’s take a look at … Continued
This week, Teenspace staff would normally be polishing logistics for PhenomeCON, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh teens-only fandom convention. Even though we can’t get together this year, we still want to celebrate love of fandoms. Read on to find book suggestions.
Many of us are staying home right now, but that doesn’t mean families can’t have a good time. There are lots of ways to keep kids happy and entertained, even if the call of the playground can’t be answered. If you need a little inspiration, try these ideas…
Whether you’re thinking about resilience, change-making or conquering more concrete goals, like a child’s fear of lightning – inspiration and play are essential ingredients.
Whether we are engaging in social activism and working for social justice for the first time or as a regular practice, we must be prepared for ongoing growth and learning. … Continued