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Beg, Borrow, and Steal… Multi-generational STEAM Programming
Ideas for Our Planet: EARTH
03.12.2020
The webinar will begin...
March 12, 2020
Facilitator Introduction
• Brooks Mitchell (Space Science Institute / STAR Library Network)
• Claire Ratcli...
• Welcome and Introductions
• Discussion
• Earth Science Trivia
• Hands-on STEM: Nurturing Life
• “Beg, Borrow, Steal” (Je...
• Try to use the Q&A feature for questions
• When using Chat – make sure your messages are being sent to “All
Participants...
Poll Question
Has your library been busy with Census 2020 planning?
• No
• A little
• Yes
• It’s all I’m doing!!
Like an activity and think other library staff should
know how great it is? Didn’t like an activity or have
modifications ...
A national campaign for libraries & their communities
This campaign is sponsored by NASA through STAR Net’s NASA@
My Libra...
Why Now?
• This national campaign is an outgrowth of
three converging events during April 2020:
• Citizen Science Month,
•...
Campaign Goals
1) Provide libraries with rich and effective resources that they can use to
develop engaging environmental ...
Register your Library by April 30th:
www.starnetlibraries.org/our-planet-earth/
Poll Question
Have you signed up for STAR Net’s Our Planet: EARTH campaign?
• Yes
• No
Upcoming Webinars
starnetlibraries.org/resources/webinars
Community Dialogues for Our Planet: EARTH
Thursday, March 26, 20...
Group Discussion
Have you had experiences with your
programming where an unintended age group
shows up? Share what happene...
Why Multigenerational
Programming is Important
• Higher attendance: adults are more likely to
come to a program if they ca...
Earth Science Trivia
• Hosting a “family trivia night” at your library is a great chance for
multigenerational involvement...
Earth Science Trivia (for Kids)
The Earth is the [BLANK] planet from the Sun?
• First
• Second
• Third
• Fourth
• Fifth
• ...
Earth Science Trivia (for Kids)
What do you call someone who studies rocks?
- Meteorologist
- Biologist
- Rock-star
- Geol...
Earth Science Trivia (for Kids)
What do you call molten rock before it has erupted?
- Lava
- Geyser
- Metamorphic
- Magma
...
Earth Science Trivia (for Kids)
Which of these is considered a type of green energy?
- Wind turbine
- Gasoline
- Burning w...
Earth Science Trivia (for Kids)
What part of the plant is a potato?
A. The stem
B. The root
C. The leaf
D. The flower
Earth Science Trivia (for Adults)
What causes the Earth’s seasons?
A. The Earth’s elliptical orbit around the sun.
B. Eart...
Earth Science Trivia (for Adults)
How long can the oldest whale species live?
A) 75 years
B) 100 years
C) 200 years
D) 400...
Earth Science Trivia (for Adults)
The world’s smallest mammal is a species of…
• Mouse
• Bat
• Primate
• Salamander
• Feli...
Earth Science Trivia (for Adults)
You are at the Kennedy Space Center, sitting in your
rocket, ready to launch. You look o...
Activity
Demonstration: Life
on Mars? Nurturing
Life
Create a take-home
garden to learn about
the requirements for
life, a...
Beg,
Borrow,
& Steal!
Multi-generational STEAM
Programming Ideas for
Our Planet: EARTH
Jenny Shonk
jshonk@flls.org
Why invest in
Adult Programming?
Beg, Borrow, & Steal!
Beg… For Help & Donations!
⪢ Build partnerships! (#1 tip)
⪢ Solicit volunteers and donations
Borrow…...
Crafty Ideas
⪢ Book Folding (Link 1, Link 2)
⪢ Cork Crafts
⪢ Planning
⪢ T-Shirt Tote Bag
⪢ Upcycling
Fun & Interactive
Programs
⪢ Human Library
⪢ Mythbusting
⪢ Solverspaces
⪢ Tech Training
⪢ Ted Talks
⪢ Trivia Night
⪢ Yoga ...
Into the Woods
⪢ Hiking Book Club
⪢ Hiking Safety
⪢ Nature Walk
⪢ Smart Phone Photography
⪢ Wildcrafting or Foraging
Resources⪢ STARnet Libraries Clearinghouse
⪢ STARnet Libraries Our Planet: EARTH
⪢ 5 Minute Librarian
⪢ Collaborative Summ...
Group Discussion
What multigenerational programs have worked
well in your library?
Group Discussion
What are potential negatives of facilitating
multigenerational programs?
Group Discussion
Does your library do an Earth Day-style
celebration?
Does your library do other Earth science-based
progr...
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This April, Citizen Science Month and the 50th anniversary of Earth day will coincide, leading to a world of opportunities for STEAM engagement at your library. By hosting Earth science programs that are age inclusive, you can help patrons see your library as a place for engaging family learning. Join the STAR Library Network and guest presenter Jenny Shonk (Finger Lakes Library System, NY) for this sixty minute webinar that will showcase hands-on, multi-generational programming ideas with an Earth science twist. In addition to going over tips, ideas, and resources, we’ll also turn to you – the audience – for a facilitated discussion so that we can all “beg, borrow, and steal” multi-generational programming ideas, resources, and expertise from each other!

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  1. 1. Beg, Borrow, and Steal… Multi-generational STEAM Programming Ideas for Our Planet: EARTH 03.12.2020 The webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. (MT) and will be recorded. While you’re waiting: 1) Find the toolbar – it will either be on the bottom or top of your Zoom window 2) Introduce yourself in the chat box (please select “Share with All” not “Share with Panelists”) 3) Click audio “Join by Computer” – you won’t have microphone access Tip for viewing: You can resize and move the location of the video and slide screens by clicking and dragging them
  2. 2. March 12, 2020 Facilitator Introduction • Brooks Mitchell (Space Science Institute / STAR Library Network) • Claire Ratcliffe (Space Science Institute / STAR Library Network) • Jenny Shonk (Finger Lakes Library District, NY)
  3. 3. • Welcome and Introductions • Discussion • Earth Science Trivia • Hands-on STEM: Nurturing Life • “Beg, Borrow, Steal” (Jenny Shonk) • Discussion Today’s Agenda
  4. 4. • Try to use the Q&A feature for questions • When using Chat – make sure your messages are being sent to “All Participants and Attendees” • The best part of our webinars is interacting and engaging with you all – don’t be shy! Expectations / Guidelines
  5. 5. Poll Question Has your library been busy with Census 2020 planning? • No • A little • Yes • It’s all I’m doing!!
  6. 6. Like an activity and think other library staff should know how great it is? Didn’t like an activity or have modifications to make it better? Make sure to leave a review!
  7. 7. A national campaign for libraries & their communities This campaign is sponsored by NASA through STAR Net’s NASA@ My Library program that is managed by the Space Science Institute.
  8. 8. Why Now? • This national campaign is an outgrowth of three converging events during April 2020: • Citizen Science Month, • the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, • and the recent adoption by ALA of “sustainability” as a new core value of librarianship. Every community can and must make a difference.
  9. 9. Campaign Goals 1) Provide libraries with rich and effective resources that they can use to develop engaging environmental programs, 2) Promote citizen science opportunities, and 3) Build lasting collaborations around environmental sustainability both within the library community and beyond.
  10. 10. Register your Library by April 30th: www.starnetlibraries.org/our-planet-earth/
  11. 11. Poll Question Have you signed up for STAR Net’s Our Planet: EARTH campaign? • Yes • No
  12. 12. Upcoming Webinars starnetlibraries.org/resources/webinars Community Dialogues for Our Planet: EARTH Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. (ET), 3:00 p.m. (CT), 2:00 p.m. (MT), 1:00 p.m. (PT) Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. (ET), 1:00 p.m. (CT), 12:00 p.m. (MT), 11:00 a.m. (PT) Presenters: Anne Holland and Stephanie Vierow-Fields (SSI) Bringing the Stories of the Skies to Your Library Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. (ET), 2:00 p.m. (CT),1:00 p.m. (MT), 12:00 p.m. (PT) Presenters: Christine Shupla (LPI), Claire Ratcliffe, Brooks Mitchell (SSI)
  13. 13. Group Discussion Have you had experiences with your programming where an unintended age group shows up? Share what happened 13
  14. 14. Why Multigenerational Programming is Important • Higher attendance: adults are more likely to come to a program if they can bring kids/grandkids. • The library is a family setting – parents can’t just leave siblings at home. • Libraries are one of the few community spaces where all ages comingle. • Intergenerational programming helps reflect the image of libraries as the heart of the community. • Patron connections: different generations to learn with each other and learn ABOUT each other. • Structures family time and often continues after they leave the building. What are your thoughts?
  15. 15. Earth Science Trivia • Hosting a “family trivia night” at your library is a great chance for multigenerational involvement • Tier your questions so there are questions appropriate for all ages • You don’t need prizes; but it could be a good chance to get rid of some older or donated books!
  16. 16. Earth Science Trivia (for Kids) The Earth is the [BLANK] planet from the Sun? • First • Second • Third • Fourth • Fifth • Sixth • Seventh • Eighth
  17. 17. Earth Science Trivia (for Kids) What do you call someone who studies rocks? - Meteorologist - Biologist - Rock-star - Geologist
  18. 18. Earth Science Trivia (for Kids) What do you call molten rock before it has erupted? - Lava - Geyser - Metamorphic - Magma - Caldera
  19. 19. Earth Science Trivia (for Kids) Which of these is considered a type of green energy? - Wind turbine - Gasoline - Burning wood - Natural gas
  20. 20. Earth Science Trivia (for Kids) What part of the plant is a potato? A. The stem B. The root C. The leaf D. The flower
  21. 21. Earth Science Trivia (for Adults) What causes the Earth’s seasons? A. The Earth’s elliptical orbit around the sun. B. Earth’s tilted axis. C. The sun’s orbit around the Milky Way.
  22. 22. Earth Science Trivia (for Adults) How long can the oldest whale species live? A) 75 years B) 100 years C) 200 years D) 400 years
  23. 23. Earth Science Trivia (for Adults) The world’s smallest mammal is a species of… • Mouse • Bat • Primate • Salamander • Feline
  24. 24. Earth Science Trivia (for Adults) You are at the Kennedy Space Center, sitting in your rocket, ready to launch. You look out the window and view the sky. You are currently sitting at the lowest level of the atmosphere. What is this level called? • Exosphere • Mesosphere • Stratosphere • Troposphere • Thermosphere
  25. 25. Activity Demonstration: Life on Mars? Nurturing Life Create a take-home garden to learn about the requirements for life, and how we look for life on other planets! Includes Illustrated Instructions!
  26. 26. Beg, Borrow, & Steal! Multi-generational STEAM Programming Ideas for Our Planet: EARTH Jenny Shonk jshonk@flls.org
  27. 27. Why invest in Adult Programming?
  28. 28. Beg, Borrow, & Steal! Beg… For Help & Donations! ⪢ Build partnerships! (#1 tip) ⪢ Solicit volunteers and donations Borrow…Supplies! ⪢ Borrow tools or other non-consumable products from friends, family, and patrons ⪢ Borrow from local businesses and then promote them Steal…Great Ideas! ⪢ EVERYTHING IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET!!! ⪢ Network with local libraries ⪢ Follow other libraries on social media
  29. 29. Crafty Ideas ⪢ Book Folding (Link 1, Link 2) ⪢ Cork Crafts ⪢ Planning ⪢ T-Shirt Tote Bag ⪢ Upcycling
  30. 30. Fun & Interactive Programs ⪢ Human Library ⪢ Mythbusting ⪢ Solverspaces ⪢ Tech Training ⪢ Ted Talks ⪢ Trivia Night ⪢ Yoga or Kinesiology
  31. 31. Into the Woods ⪢ Hiking Book Club ⪢ Hiking Safety ⪢ Nature Walk ⪢ Smart Phone Photography ⪢ Wildcrafting or Foraging
  32. 32. Resources⪢ STARnet Libraries Clearinghouse ⪢ STARnet Libraries Our Planet: EARTH ⪢ 5 Minute Librarian ⪢ Collaborative Summer Library Program Manual ⪢ Demco Adult Programming Calendars ⪢ LibraryProgramming.org ⪢ Programming Librarian ⪢ Public Libraries Online: Adult Programming ⪢ Public Libraries Online: Senior Programming ⪢ Slides Carnival ⪢ WebJunction Webinars Jenny Shonk Continuing Education & Outreach Librarian Finger Lakes Library System jshonk@flls.org
  33. 33. Group Discussion What multigenerational programs have worked well in your library?
  34. 34. Group Discussion What are potential negatives of facilitating multigenerational programs?
  35. 35. Group Discussion Does your library do an Earth Day-style celebration? Does your library do other Earth science-based programming? Share! 35

This April, Citizen Science Month and the 50th anniversary of Earth day will coincide, leading to a world of opportunities for STEAM engagement at your library. By hosting Earth science programs that are age inclusive, you can help patrons see your library as a place for engaging family learning. Join the STAR Library Network and guest presenter Jenny Shonk (Finger Lakes Library System, NY) for this sixty minute webinar that will showcase hands-on, multi-generational programming ideas with an Earth science twist. In addition to going over tips, ideas, and resources, we’ll also turn to you – the audience – for a facilitated discussion so that we can all “beg, borrow, and steal” multi-generational programming ideas, resources, and expertise from each other!

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