Software allows computers to touch nearly every aspect of our daily lives. In this workshop, students will explore the myriad impacts of software and investigate ways that they too can be makers of software. Students will use Raspberry Pi computers, learning about ways they can create software, while completing a group project.
The Computer History Museum’s Summer Workshops explore the ongoing impact of computer history in our world. Through hands-on activities that emphasize collaboration and problem-solving, participants develop a deeper understanding of the history of technology and its role in shaping our present and future.
This is a public workshop, and is open to students in elementary school. No previous knowledge or experience is required. Attendance is free, but advance registration is required.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043