Are you an education major looking for materials to use on a project, lesson plan, or in the classroom? If your answer is yes, then the Imaginarium is the place for you! Here, we have a variety of materials such as a di-cut machine with many different di-cut stencils, a paper cutter, and construction paper. You can also use this space to work on group projects, plan lessons, and study for your education classes!
This semester, Carmen Fisher-Olvera and Alison Gleason will be the people to go to should you need assistance with a lesson plan or a project. Alison will be holding her office hours in the Imaginarium on Thursdays from 2:30-4:00 pm. Carmen’s office hours will be Tuesdays from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
The Imaginarium is open all hours that the library is open. Stop by during our office hours should you need assistance with anything!
Need a place to work on creative projects? Imagine this!!
Here in the Imaginarium, there are lots of resources for your use. We have a cricut machine, over 100 die cut stencils, three die-cut machines, a paper cutter and LOTS of space for project creations. Continue reading “Welcome to the Imaginarium!!”
Register to Vote in the General Election by Oct. 13th!
No matter your opinion of the candidates or political orientation, voting is a civic responsibility and the outcome has a great impact on our society. The off-year election will be held on November 7, 2017. While this does not including big races for President nor Senate or House of Representatives (elections for these offices are only held during odd-numbered years if accommodating a special election—usually either due to incumbents resigning or dying while in office), there are several State, County, and Town elections for which to prepare. The following offices are on the ballot for Geneseo: Continue reading “How to Get Registered; Do It By Oct. 13th!”
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On Friday, September 22nd, Milne Library will host a Fall Story Time Eventfor children and their caregivers! This event is sponsored by the Young Children’s Council* and students from the School of Education. Any age is welcome, though these stories are geared toward the under-10 age group (appropriate for preschoolers). Continue reading “Storytime Returns This Week!”