3D printing. Digital recording. Robotics.
How else could a lineup like that be characterized other than “super cool”?
“There’s tons of fun things to do. It’s super cool,” said teenager Maia Seidel while at the Minneapolis Central Library on Tuesday night. “I like the recording studio because I love to sing.”
That’s exactly the reaction that Best Buy and Geek Squad are hoping for as they participate in the March 9-15 Teen Tech Week, a movement for digital literacy and technology spearheaded by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA).