Starting next Monday and continuing each Monday through Dec. 16, local 4th through 7th grade students will learn about digital design at the GLRC, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Topics to be covered include 3D printing, video game design, microcontrollers and high-tech gadgetry. Students will create key chains, video game controllers, toys, and more while learning programming, vector graphics, robotics and Bluetooth/smartphone technologies.
Chad Norman, science and technology specialist for the Center for Science and Environmental Outreach will teach the class with assistance from third-year civil engineering student Lacy Kaare and mechanical engineering graduate student Anza Mitchell. Also, members of the Husky Game Enterprise will pitch in.
For more information on future programs, contact Joan Chadde, Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, at email@example.com, 7-3341.
From Tech Today.