The Bellevue Library is remodeling part of their first floor to make a home for ideaX, a program that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math. The program started off as a project that gave a helping hand to struggling communities by teaching people how to use Microsoft Word as well as social media and resume building. The ideaX program has grown into a free and fun interactive way for people of all ages to get educated about the ever-evolving world of technology. The new addition to the Bellevue Library will include a multi-purpose room that fits 100 people, a 3D printer, music/video editing software, and more. But the ideaX program is not done growing. “With the assistance of a KCLS Foundation grant, we will create two maker spaces with recording studios over the next three years. I like the name ideaX – it means to the X power – which really illustrates how the possibilities are endless,” said Danielle Duvall, the ideaX project specialist.