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The University Library is proud to be a participant in the STEAM Fair at the Fairplex in Pomona, California on March 6-7, 2020. At our university, librarians work with students of all majors and also interact with the public through tours and other campus events. Our Library has a juvenile collection that supports our courses in children's literature and teacher education. The Library is also home to the Maker Studio, a maker space open to students from all majors who want to explore their creative side. Below are some great websites you can use to learn more about STEAM.
Learn about technologies enhanced or inspired by origami and used for STEM (e.g., a foldable battery, a surgical device for improving blood flow, better car airbags, and more). Brief introductions with images and links for more information.
Kid-friendly STEAM learning site directed at middle schoolers. A vast collection of hands-on challenges and videos focused on the engineering design process. Includes content menu and lesson plans for parents and educators.
Your local public library is a great resource for learning more about STEAM. In addition to books, you can check out CDs and DVDs. You can also access online databases through these library websites to read e-books, listen to audio books, and watch videos.