TIF meeting @ South Country Library

Thursday, February 7

South Country Library

“TIF’s February meeting topic is going to be attracting adults into our makerspaces.  Whether you have a formal makerspace or are programming for aspects of STEM/STEAM, we usually target our programming towards children and teens.  Lets explore some of these issues:

  • How do we attract adults – target our programming
  • What should we offer adults
  • In house staff instructors vs. contracting outside programmers
  • What is the goal of the program specifically targeting adults
  • Single program vs series (and if a series how we get them back for second and third sessions)

Bring your thoughts, experiences, ideas.  We will also have our round table discussion to share our questions, ideas, successes and failures.

Remember, if you can’t make it, we do stream the session on the TIF Facebook page through Facebook Live. To subscribe to our CATS/TIF Google Group, please email: chris.decristofaro@sachemlibrary.org. “

CATS/TIF Annual Meeting, December 7, 2017, 9:30 a.m.

On December 7th , CATS and TIF will have their Annual Meeting at 9:30 a.m. in the SCLS auditorium. There will be a light breakfast served. Guest speaker Rebecca Stavick from Do Space Omaha will be appearing via video teleconference. She will talk about Do Space, a privately funded public makerspace, successful things they’re doing and will even give a walking tour with their “Dual Robot”. There is no fee to attend.

RSVP is requested to chris.decristofaro@sachemlibrary.org

Technology Information Forum This Thursday – Nassau/Suffolk Joint Meeting

Thursday, May 11th, TIF (Divison of CATS) will be hosting their second joint Nassau/Suffolk technology roundtable.

“It was a great success 2 years ago so we thought we would bring it back.  Bring your questions, share your stories and see how they do it on the “OTHER SIDE” of the border!” -Christopher S. DeCristofaro

9:30 AM for coffee, tea and refreshments and 10 am for the meeting.  Whether you are an Information Technology Professional, Librarian, Clerk or a person interested in technology, consider joining us a the Half Hollow Hills Community Library in Dix Hills.

Directions to the Half Hollow Hills Community Library:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Half+Hollow+Hills+Community+Library/@40.803964,-73.3625787,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89e82ec81461166d:0x8fe21fa89f69f2e1!8m2!3d40.80396!4d-73.36039