Tag Archives: CSEdWeek

And what a #CSEdWeek it was

Student and instructor participating in Ready to Code progamming

Today marks the last day of a very full #CSEdWeek for Libraries #ReadytoCode. While our Ready to Code project team is routinely effervescing about the stories we hear about youth projects taking place in and through libraries, this week allowed us to take a step back and share, check out what others in the CS learning space are up to, ... Read More »

Getting #ReadytoCode during #CSEdWeek

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Throughout CS Education Week we are talking about the Libraries Ready to Code project to share some of the themes and recommendations that emerged over the course of the past year’s work. Some of the issues librarians we interviewed raised repeatedly relate to getting started in coding activities for youth. Yesterday, Ready to Code advisory committee member, Crystle Martin wrote ... Read More »

White House highlights Libraries Ready to Code for CSEdWeek

Children seated at a library table with computers working on a coding project

Marking the first day of Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek), today the White House issued a Fact Sheet: A Year of Action Supporting Computer Science for All celebrating the past year’s progress and announcing new actions in support of #CSForAll. Federal agencies like the Department of Education and the Institute of Museum and Library Services as well as national and local organizations ... Read More »