Libraries are arguably one of the most underutilized facilities in most schools. In addition to offering you great books which you ought to be reading, you can also find other great things at a library.
Librarians are without doubt great resources at a library but some Libraries have opted to take it a step further by introducing “human library” programs. A number of libraries are bringing in human “books” that will be able to teach others on a number of things including life experience as well s difference in cultures.
This might sound strange but believe it or not there is a certified therapy general Montgomery dog in Yale’s Lillian Goldman Law Library that is available for a minute petting session. The dog is owned by one of the librarians.
- Musical Instruments
Several libraries nowadays are offering musical instruments due to the fact that there is an increase in the number of musical classes. For instance the Ann Arbor library is known to have a variety of musical instruments that include some unusual musical instruments such as voice transformers and theremims.
- Green Screen
Made popular by Hollywood, the green screen is something that every student studying video editing should know how it works and how to go about it. In Skokie, there is a digital media lab which has a number of computers with microphones, green screen as well as video editing software.
So as to ensure that patrons are able to grow a number of different flowers, an Arizona public library known as Pima County has several seeds which are easily available. To keep the seed bank full the library encourages the patrons to donate seeds from time to time if possible.