Richland Library has enhanced its storytelling events for youngsters with an experimental robotic story telling room, named the LIT Room, that was constructed by Clemson University. Here, George Shafer, a professor in residence at Clemson, shows students how to control the various sights, sound and motions that help enhance the literacy process.
Richland Library has enhanced its storytelling events for youngsters with an experimental robotic story telling room, named the LIT Room, that was constructed by Clemson University. Here, George Shafer, a professor in residence at Clemson, shows students how to control the various sights, sound and motions that help enhance the literacy process. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Richland Library has enhanced its storytelling events for youngsters with an experimental robotic story telling room, named the LIT Room, that was constructed by Clemson University. Here, George Shafer, a professor in residence at Clemson, shows students how to control the various sights, sound and motions that help enhance the literacy process. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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June 01, 2015 08:28 PM

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