Know & Go: Resources for Teaching Teens (and Adults!) Coding<>
June 13, 2016
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm CST (Register Now<>)

Coding skills have become a very real entry point for employment, and identifying coding resources for teens, adults, and even children is becoming increasingly important. This provides an opportunity for libraries to step in and create a tangible difference within their communities by creating programming utilizing these resources. Luckily, there are a multitude of online - and often free - resources to assist coding students and teachers alike within these library programs.

Join us as we look at online coding resources such as Codeacademy and Code Avengers. We will also explore possible library programming ideas for teens and adults.

Learning Objectives:

  *   Identify at least two online coding resources
  *   Describe the benefits of hosting a coding program in your library
  *   Identify one possible resource or programming idea that you could utilize at your library

This event is open to group registration!

Amigos Member Fee: $0.00
Non-member Fee: $35.00

Kyla Hunt
Public Services and Technology Trends Specialist
Amigos Library Services
14400 Midway Road, Suite 200, Dallas, TX 75244-3509
800-843-8482 x2867 | 972-340-2867 (direct)<> | [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

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