Digital Climbers is a program that encourages students ages 8 and up to work independently to master technology skills. Participants compete with other students as they chart their progress and earn badges, rewards, and public recognition. Digital Climbers motivates kids and teens to learn by using tools such as 3D printers and design applications, snap circuits, Adobe Photoshop, Garage Band, and the Osmo educational gaming system. Activities are STEAM based, (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) and students are encouraged to explore all of these areas in order to foster their creativity and build real-world skills.
- Laser Maze
- Snap Circuits Arcade
- Snap Circuits Green
- Planet Maker
- NitroType Challenge
- Osmo Coding
- Code Academy
- Code Combat
- Lightbot Coding
- Code Master
- Make a Paper Airplane
- Gravity Maze
- Goldie Blox
- K'Nex Bridges
- Artist Hangman (Picasso, Matisse, or Dali)
- Art History Puzzles
- Publish a Book Review
- Write a Short Story
- Osmo Words
- Write a Script
- FilmMaker IQ
- Make a Stop Motion Movie
- Make a Stop Motion Chess Game
- Compose Yourself
- Taking Professional Photographs
- Mosaic Mysteries
- Fractile Designs
- Hex Hive
- Osmo Numbers
- Osmo Tangram
- Osmo Pizza
ALA/Information Today, Inc. Library of the Future Award is an award to honor an individual library, library consortium, group of librarians, or support organization for innovative planning for, applications of, or development of patron training programs about information technology in a library setting. Administered by: ALA, American Library Association.
Muncie Public Library was the 2017 recipient for the ALA Library of the Future! The library was selected for its innovative “Digital Climbers” program that motivates and inspires children ages eight and up to experiment with technology and master skills that contribute to learning in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.
Digital Climbers is offered at select times and locations. Check the calendar for this month's Digital Climbers.
Located at 1824 E. Centennial Avenue in Muncie.
Located at 1700 W McGalliard Rd. in Muncie.
This program is made possible by a grant from the U.S Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Indiana State Library.
Located at 2005 S. High St. in Muncie.
Do you have a question or need more help?
Contact Us by using any of the below methods!
Call the Youth Services Department
Maring-Hunt Library - (765) 741-5151
Kennedy Library - (765) 741-7333
Fill out the Contact Us form at https://www.munciepubliclibrary.org/contact-us!