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2D and 3D Pinhole Projectors for Safely Viewing the Eclipse

Do you have a 3D printer at your library? NASA has shared the .STL file for a pinhole projector in the shape of Texas! Even if you don’t have a 3D printer, that website also has PDFs for making them out of card stock and other inexpensive ideas for safely viewing the eclipse.

Please email us and tell us how you plan to celebrate the eclipse at your library! Get more tips like this in our upcoming monthly newsletter. You can sign up here!

Get Your September Newsletter Here!

Our September newsletter is out and full of great information like our new Youth Services Discussion List; CTLS Membership Meeting registration; an introduction to our newest vendor in our Commercial Partnership Program, CoLibri Book Cover Systems; changes to E-Rate and CIPA over the years; and some of the latest additions to our Professional Collection.

You can view the newsletter here. But if you want this delivered to your inbox once a month, you can sign up here!

Please sign up for the new and improved CTLS Newsletter!

As we move to this new and improved electronic newsletter, we wanted to take this opportunity to clean up our mailing list. Even if you have been on our CTLS News listserv for awhile or even if you got our latest e-newsletter, please do us the favor of taking just a moment to sign up for our new newsletter here.  Signing up is necessary to continue getting our monthly newsletters.

Please know that your information will not be shared. Let Katelyn Patterson know if you have any questions! Thank you for your assistance. We appreciate your time!