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Check Out Our Makerspace!
New makerspace coming soon!
What, you may ask, is a Makerspace?
A Makerspace is an interactive collaborative space for DIY and technology-based products. You may find a Makerspace in a library, school, or anywhere! It is a hands-on creative space for students to explore interests and use tools and materials to create projects. Essentially it is your place to experiment, collaborate, and learn while having fun!
The Media Center has ideas for future projects but we want your input too! Tell Mrs. Umbarger or Mrs. Tackett your interests and ideas so this can be a truly collaborative space.
Tell Other Rams What You "Like"
Found a book that you particularly like? Let other Rams readers know about it! You can fill out a "thumbs up" recommendation that will showcase both your opinion and the book itself so others can enjoy it as well. Simply fill out the "thumbs up" form and give it to Mrs. Umbarger or Mrs. Tackett. We'll pull the book for you and display it along with your form.
To cite the music, use the following format (copy and paste this citation, but change the Title to the title of the work you're using):
Title Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Creative Commons images (make sure you are providing proper attribution)
"Head On Collision" by Damnsoft 09 at English Wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Head_On_Collision.jpg#/media/File:Head_On_Collision.jpg.
“Doorbell (Wheaton, MD)” by Jim Kuhn. Licensed under CC BY 2.0. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1a/Doorbell_%28Wheaton%2C_MD%29.jpg.
For images found using the Google Images Search Tools (labeled for noncommercial reuse) that AREN'T part of Creative Commons Images:
ArtistName. “Title of Image.” Date Taken/Created. Online Image. Name of Image Site. Date you accessed/downloaded the picture. <http://www.imagesite.com>.
Example: Patrick Woessner. “Black Skimmer.” February 19, 2010. Online Image. Flicker. March 22, 2010. <http://www.flickr.com/photos/pcwoessner/4371012426/>.