Boxed toy for easily snapping together circuits to light things up or make noises, etc.
Camtasia is screencasting software from techsmith. It’s not cheap, but if you are going to be doing a lot of screencasting, it’s worth it. The tutorials that go with it are highly recommended because even though you can figure out
Easel.ly is an online infograph maker that allows you to create infographs for export or for web publishing. The interface can be a bit slow sometimes, but it’s pretty intuitive and it’s free. The infographs can be either informational or
Picktochart is a free online infographic builder. It allows you to add datasets and build graphics from them. You can also upload graphics to insert. It’s quick, clean, and looks pretty good on a blog. The free version is pretty
An open-source audio editor for making podcasts, mixing music, etc. I prefer Audacity to Garage Band because it works on PC and Mac (even if you have a Mac in your library or makerspace, your patrons/members may not at home,