Hands-On Kids' Museums Make Learning Fun

There was a story on NPR about hands-on children's museums and how they use technology. The whole piece was interesting but there was a mention how some children's museums are teaming with libraries.

A public library kiosk in Dinosphere lets kids from anywhere in Indiana check out library books and send them back through the state's interlibrary loan system.


There is an entire library branch housed in the Indianapolis Children's Museum. It is a part of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library system and is one of their busiest branches.

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