We are hoping to receive an InflyMakers Award Grant. If we do receive this award, a new instructable called Dancing Phones will be added here. We will also post it on our UTeach Maker website and instructables.com.
The Grant for Technology Opportunities Program (GTOPs) is administered by the City of Austin's Digital Inclusion Program directed at improving Austin's ability to participate in the digital society. To reach this goal, we're offering internet and laptops to UT PREP program students in need. Learn more.
Engineering and Computer Science Camp and all UT PREP levels include a strong computer science component. Learn more.
Learn to code by creating your own virtual reality world! Our team is creating lessons for gigabit-connected middle school classrooms that take students on Google Expeditions, and give students the opportunity to create their own expedition by coding in HTML with A-Frame with Thimble by Mozilla, all in the context of virtual reality. Read more about our events, announcements, challenges, and hard work.
Our Middle School Computer Science Program working with Arduino is a huge success! Intel is our sponsor for this program. Thanks to their equipment dontation, seven classes are being served during the Fall 2017 semester. School selections are full; please sign on to the waitlist.
If you are a UT student, register for CH207K or CH371K. At orientation, you will select this computer science section as your first choice among the many options.