oooooh! rocks from Antarctica … sounds like a great science program idea!
“It’s the one thing we can all agree on,” an unconference attendee told this reporter. Indeed, the concept of hands-on programming in libraries—school, academic, or public—appeals to the broad spectrum of information professionals, from techy geeks at one end to traditional handcrafters at the other. After all, “we’ve been doing this in children’s programming for years,” she said.