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Conferences > Computers in Libraries 2014
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Laura Turk, Library Program Associate, Community Technology Center, Denver Public Library
Laura Turk is a neophyte techie Library Program Associate at the Denver Public Library's Community Technology Center. She began her library career working in a variety of roles; serving diverse populations, advocating for teen services, and even driving the bookmobile! Now happily employed with the Denver Public Library, Laura teaches technology to Spanish speakers, teens, and newly reformed luddites like herself. When she isn't learning how to photoshop, code a website, or build an arduino robot to keep up with the teens, Laura enjoys reading (what? books?), skiing, sewing, and spoiling her dogs.

Sessions by Laura Turk
Monday   04-07-2014   1:30 PM – 2:30 PM   D103: Libraries as Makerspaces: Teaching Teens How to Fail


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