We provide hands-on access to technology to encourage exploration and innovation in our community. By having technological know-how, our citizens can compete globally, leading to a better quality of life.
Windsor Public Library is proud to play a leadership role in advocating for and providing equitable access to technology and digital information to bridge the digital divide. The Tech Hub is a place where people are connected with tools to express their creativity and desire to learn.
Watch our video about the Tech Hub!
Wednesdays 1-2:30 Check the Tech Free Play
Wednesdays 5-7 Makers Explore
Saturdays 2-3:30 STEAMy Saturday
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To learn more about our upcoming programs, call 519-255-6770 ext 4439. We add new programs all the time. If you have a suggestion about what you’d like to learn in the space, please give us a call!
Equipment and Resources
► Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for anyone making interactive projects. It’s a great way for beginners of all ages to learn about coding.
► LittleBits and Snap Circuits are easy-to-use electronic building blocks that help you to invent anything, from a remote controlled car, to a smart home device, while safely learning about electric circuits and electronics.
► Makey Makey is an electronic invention tool and toy that allows users to connect everyday objects to computer programs using a circuit board, alligator clips, and a USB cable. Learning electronics is easy and fun. We turn bagels, flowers and even people into pianos.
► Robotics like Sphero, Ollie and Cozmo are user-friendly robots that help kids of all ages learn about how robots work, and coding, and they are super fun to operate.
– CREATION STATIONS –
► GarageBand Electronic Music: a music creation studio with sound library, instruments and voice. We offer a keyboard, bass, guitar, microphones and even a drum set.
► Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutter: Want to cut paper for cards? Vinyl decals for your walls or vehicles? Come and learn what the Cameo can do for you.
► Go Pro and Olympus Cameras: used for action and extreme action photography. We also have computers with video editing software so you can create your own video.
► Intuos Tablet: Wish you could draw right into the computer? Now you can! The Intuos table lets you sketch in Photoshop, Silhouette and many other design programs.
► Green screen: Learn about how green screen technology works on large and small scales and make your own special affects movie! .
► 3D Printers: we have 3D printers for the public to use. We print in PLA plastic, and we charge 50 cents/half-hour of printing. Check out our 3D Printing FAQ sheet.
3D Printing also available at:
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