Teen Tech Week was established in 2007 by YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) to encourage teens to be “competent and ethical users of technologies” especially those offered at the library. They encourage teens to use school and community libraries’ nonprint resources for education and recreation. Teen Tech Week 2010 was held March 7-13.
The theme was a perfect fit for our latest video contest: Learn to juggle or use other skill toys, Create a video, and Share the video with family and friends on FlowCircus.tv. For more information about the video contest visit the Flow Circus TV Blog.
Video contests are offered throughout the year as part of the Skill Toy Program. Libraries and afterschool programs can organize Skill Toy Clubs to engage teens in a unique, playful way. For more information on Skill Toy Clubs visit our website.
To see more pictures from our Teen Tech Week workshops visit the Flow Circus Photo Gallery.