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Teen Tech Month

Teen Tech Month

Teen Tech Month is happening this March to help our libraries showcase the great resources and services we have available to help teens succeed. This focus on teens and technology is a national annual initiative, demonstrating how libraries give to the community by offering teens a space to extend learning beyond the classroom.

This month, teens can play retro video games with friends, make pixel art, join a Minecraft club, and much more! And check out these contests: make a Vine at the Almonte Library, enter your Fan Fiction or Fan Art at the Southern Oaks Library, or take a #bookface15 selfie and share it with @metrolibraryok on Instagram or Twitter or on our Facebook page.

Libraries are places where teens can explore, create and share content. Teens know that our libraries are here to help them have fun and explore their interests. Parents know that we are helping their teens survive school and prepare for college and 21st century careers!




Emily Williams

I was born in the Boston area, but have lived in Oklahoma for almost 20 years. I attended Oklahoma State University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and then studied at the University of Oklahoma to get my Masters in Library and Information Studies. My husband and I adopted a retired racing greyhound who is actually super lazy. I paint pet portraits, read comic books, love hiking, and watch a lot of sci-fi television.

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