The Imaginarium: A Great Place to Work on Projects
September 30, 2016 Leave a Comment
Do you need a place to work on your bulletin boards or crafty projects?
I’m Caroll, a senior in Secondary Education here at SUNY Geneseo and Curator for Milne Library’s Imaginarium and I’m here to tell you that it’s a great place for you to work on those projects and meet with your group members. In the Imaginarium you will find: die-cut machine, die-cut shapes/forms, a guillotine paper cutter, as well as a table for creating lesson plans or working on projects. There are also materials for creating a project during the curator’s office hours:
Mondays 5-6 pm – Tuesdays 6-7 pm – Thursdays 6-7 pm
All are welcome!
The Imaginarium is open not only to education students, but also other members of the community. Both the Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC) and the Imaginarium are located across from each other in Milne’s lower level. The TERC area has fiction and non-fiction books for all grade levels. It also offers materials for lessons and other projects, such as videos, textbooks, manipulatives, puppets, among many other resources. We encourage that students take advantage of these two areas.
Both the TERC and Imaginarium are open during library hours. If you have any suggestions, questions, or concerns, you can e-mail the Imaginarium curator at [email protected].