1. My Dream Library by Chelsea Kitta

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    Winner of the 2013 Best Overall $1,000 Award!

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    • Your college librarians

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      Get to know the six librarians who are here for you at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Bonus: discover which college librarian has been run over by a flock of sheep! It's not the one you may think.

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      • Meet the LibRATs! (2012-2013)

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        Learn how librarians fit into winning chess strategies... and more! Cal Poly's Library Research Assistant Technicians (LibRATs) help students find the best research at Robert E. Kennedy Library... and more. More about LibRATS: http://libguides.calpoly.edu/libratprogram

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        • A Year and So Much More

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          Victoria Billings spent her last year as a journalism major at Cal Poly (2012-2013) working at Kennedy Library as the communications and public programs student assistant. She rocked it! Here is her year in review, in her voice, in clay. She made the set from old shoe boxes and recorded the stop motion frames in our staff lounge. We'll miss you, Vicki!

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          • Start Me Up! Cal Poly entrepreneurship

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            Cal Poly graduates Jessie Becker ('11) of InPress Technologies, Mark Paddon ('12) of FireSwing Studios and Max Mero ('12) of RepairTech, Inc. reflect on their start up experiences. Watch another video from the Start Me Up! Cal Poly Science Cafe at Robert E. Kennedy Library featuring entrepreneur Eric Meyer and associate professor Jon York: https://vimeo.com/61374430 This event was in February, 2013, in partnership with the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: http://lib.calpoly.edu/science_cafe/startmeup/

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            • Russ Angold demonstrates the HULC exoskeleton at Cal Poly Science Café

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              Read more about this event: http://lib.calpoly.edu/learningcommons/science_cafe/bionics/

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              • DIY: Physical Computing at Play (overview)

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                Experience the transformation of Kennedy Library’s grand staircase into a live game board using wire, cans and balloons. As seen on Boing Boing! http://boingboing.net/2012/03/14/library-staircase-delightfully.html As part of a recent Cal Poly Science Café, we aimed and threw tennis balls at the cans, which acted as live switches. A digital scoreboard tracked the team’s cans as they were knocked over; it was shared on displays throughout the library and on participants’ mobile devices. This event featured web developers/designers Michael J. Newman and Scott Hutchinson. Join Kennedy Library on Facebook to hear about future events, which are open to everyone. For more about DIY: Physical Computing at Play, including source files: http://lib.calpoly.edu/learningcommons/science_cafe/physicalcomputing/

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                • Driving to the Kennedy Library is easy!

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                  It's easy to drive to the Kennedy Library! Follow our directions when attending the 2011/2012 Opera Annex production of Peter Maxwell Davies' THE LIGHTHOUSE. Music in video: Moto perpetuo, Op. 11, MS 72 George Enescu & Yehudi Menuhin Paganini, N.: Violin Music, Vol. 2 (Heifetz, Kreisler, Menuhin, Ricci, Vecsey) (1930-1950) For details, visit: http://blo.org/events/directions-to-thelighthouse/

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                  • Cielo: The inspiration

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                    Jeff Ponitz, Assistant Professor of Architecture at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, explains the inspiration for his Cielo project at Kennedy Library.

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