Latest update on Georgia Computes!

January 12, 2010 at 11:05 am Leave a comment

I just prepared a two-page description of Georgia Computes! for the upcoming NSF Broadening Participation in Computing PI’s meeting next month at UCLA.  Since I went to the effort of building them, I might as well share them here!  They mention briefly some of our new efforts, like work with high school students, use of Pleo robot dinosaurs, Glitch and DCCE, and our statewide effort to assess the impact of our efforts. In Word and PDF formats.

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