Information Matrix Camp
An information science/library
Join the fun...July 14-20
The seventh Information Matrix Camp is being planned for Oklahoma middle-schoolers (ages 12-14). The
Camp will be in Oklahoma City this year. Camp activities include--
Visiting an exciting variety of libraries around the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.
Making online photos, electronic scrapbooking and blogging our adventures.
Watching library-related movies and attending other public events (drum circle, ).
Finding out about librarians who don't fit the librarian stereotype.
Playing games and swimming.
Exploring what happens behind the scenes at libraries.
Learning what happens in a "normal" library.
Oh, yes, there's eating, too.
You can hear what last year's campers had to say at the blog link below. Think you'd like to join the fun this year? The application is available below. The deadline is May 20, 2013.
Complete the application (linked below).
Complete parent form (linked below).
Ask a librarian to recommend you (on pp. 4-5 of application).
Send them along with your check for $50. Your check will be returned, if you are not accepted because of space limitations. Cancellations may be made up to June 1 for full refund. (Food, transportation, and housing are finalized at this time.)
Two scholarships are available. Mark "scholarship needed" at the top of the application.
Food, transportation, entrance fees and lodging are provided. See "Camp Info." Call Melissa Huffman, 405-733-7538 or e-mail email@example.com, if you have questions.
This year the camp is funded partially through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and by librarian support and libraries' support. The camp is sponsored this year by Rose State College and the Oklahoma Library Association.
Last updated March 27, 2012