We want to offer our library members the opportunity to be creative using new technologies and equipment. At the moment we have virtual reality headsets and a vinyl record converter available for loan and coming soon, Little Bits circuits. 
We would like your feedback on what to add to our growing collection. You can answer this survey on behalf of your family or household, or, just tell us about your own preferences - just click on the images to select!

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1. Which of the following would you (or your family) like to borrow from the library?
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BBC micro:bit - A pocket-sized codeable computer to make all sorts of robots and musical instruments.
Edison Robot v2.0 - Learn about robots and programming with this Lego compatible robot. Perfect for beginners. Use your computer or tablet to program Edison.
Makey Makey Kit - Turn everyday objects into internet touchpads to control games or keyboard functions. It's a simple and fun invention kit for all levels of experience.           
Ozobot Bit 2.0 - Controlled by drawing lines and colour segments or using a block-based programming editor, available free on-line. Simple and intuitive for beginners, with functions to satisfy the most experienced tinker.  
QPIX Negatives & Slides Converter - Transform your film slides into digital files. Doesn't require extra software or computers to operate.    
Sphero SPRK+ - Learn simple programming using a free app to control the ball via Bluetooth and complete hands-on activities and games.

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2. Any suggestions for other new equipment, or new technologies, we should consider?