Computer programming courses are not just designed to train the next generation of software developers. They introduce children and adults to new career paths and give individuals the chance to learn the technologies impacting their lives. These types of courses can convey a better understanding of how computers and websites work, enabling learners at all levels to comprehend and discuss technology with greater clarity.
School and public libraries are uniquely positioned to offer this nontraditional form of instruction to promote technology as a learning tool to build stronger communities. In this four-week course, interactive sessions with library and industry experts will help attendees map out a blueprint for developing a coding program that fits within a variety of budgets and crosses a spectrum of patrons ranging from children to adults.
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