How to Put the Library in STEM

Libraries are places of exploration and a natural place to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).   In this webinar, students will explore ways to incorporate STEM into school and public library programming.   We use a variety of tools and kits in our library for exploration, such as LEGOs, Arx 2.0, Joinx, KEVA planks, and Snap Circuits, Jr.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will learn how to:

  • incorporate STEM materials in their library program
  • advocate for STEM resources in their libraries
  • use items like LEGOs, Snap Circuit Jr., and Keva planks 

Who Should Attend

This webinar is open to all students, ALSC members, non-members and anyone with an interest in a career in children's services.


Emily Bredberg is a school librarian at Lakeside Elementary in Coppell, TX. Alicia Montgomery is a school librarian at Town Center Elementary in Coppell, TX.



ALSC student sessions are offered free of cost by the ALSC Membership Committee. 

How to Register

This event has now passed. The archived webcast is now available from the link below. The link will open a new page in Adobe Connect.

How to Put the Library in STEM Archived Webcast


The slides from this event are also available for viewing. Please see below.


College credit nor CEU's are available for ALSC Student Sessions at this time.


Dan Bostrom
ALSC Membership/Marketing Manager
(800) 545-2433 ext 2164