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QR Codes for Kids

you tube screen shot    Check out "QR Codes for Kids" on YouTube, the latest video tutorial from the Lone Star College-CyFair Branch library.

QR codes are two dimensional codes you scan with a smartphone or tablet and get instantly connected to websites, contact information, images, and more.

QR Codes for Kids - written by Krissy Conn, performed by Krissy Conn and Paula Gonzales, childrens' librarians. Produced by Monica Norem, reference librarian.

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60 Seconds on the Internet

infographic   I heard this weekend that the world population will reach 7 billion people by the end of the week, so when I stumbled across this "In 60 Seconds" infographic while  browsing the web I stopped and really thought about how communication has grown exponentially in the last 150 years. 

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Cy-Fest 2011: Bring on the Fun!

cyfest posterThe original Cy-Fest, a day of free family fun, is back. Visit LSC-CyFair tomorrow, Saturday, October 8, from 10am-2pm. Face painting, duck races, free food, and more!.  

Cy-Fest is brought to you by LSC-CyFair employees, students, community members, and local businesses who donate time and resources to make Cy-Fest possible. Learn more at http://www.lonestar.edu/cy-fest.htm.

 

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It's Back! Wii Bowling for Adults

ten pin challenge posterThe Ten Pin Challenge (Wii Bowling) is back!  If you're 18 or older, join us for fun and prizes.  No registration is required.  Open to novice and expert players!

Practice dates are October 3, 10, 17, and 24 at 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. in LRNC 131.

Tournament date is October 31 at 1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Two winners will receive $25 gift certificates to Barnes and Noble, generously donated by the Lone Star College-CyFair Branch Friends of the Library.

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Gulf Coast Reads

divakaruni pictureChitra Banerjee Divakaruni, an award-winning author and poet, visited CyFair on September 14, to discuss her Gulf Coast Reads title, One Amazing Thing. 

Divakaruni currently teaches in the nationally ranked Creative Writing program at the Univ. of Houston. She serves on the Advisory board of Maitri in the San Francisco Bay Area and Daya in Houston. Both these are organizations that help South Asian or South Asian American women who find themselves in abusive or domestic violence situations. She is also on the board of Pratham, an organization that helps educate children (especially those living in urban slums) in India.  (http://www.gulfcoastreads.org/about.html )

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