Invite Fiero to your next educational webinar or workshop.

We love talking about coding in libraries.

Professional Development Opportunity

Equip your member libraries

Over the years, we’ve had many opportunities to partner with various State Libraries to teach their member libraries how to engage the coding-in-libraries movement, This includes the Tennessee State Library, Missouri State Library, and the Nebraska Library Commission. Coding in libraries isn’t going away, and we’re more excited than ever to train and equip your state’s public and K12 libraries.

Common training topics

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How to Bring Coding to Your Library

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Engage the "Coding in Libraries" Movement

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How to Run Code Clubs when You Don't Know How to Code

It struck me that being a code club facilitator is similar to being a librarian. I don’t need to be an expert on tractor repair, the history of China, or cake decorating in order to help someone learn about those things.

Anne,  Viroqua, WI

Your host

Luke Miller is the head of Fiero Code. He’s trained thousands of librarians on how to bring coding to their library. He’s energetic, he’s winsome, and people generally are happy after attending one of his sessions than before. Luke lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and two young kids.

Get in Touch

If you’re interested in bringing high quality ongoing education or professional development on a strategic topic, then we’d love to talk! We’re currently booking sessions for 2022.

Did we mention… we don’t charge for these sessions. We just want to play our part in fueling the Coding in Libraries movement. 

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