Libraries Ready to Code

Update: Libraries Ready to Code Hour of Code Mini-Grant Application
The application period for the Hour of Code Mini-Grants has closed.  Applicants will be notified November 15 of the status of their application.

Build your library's capacity to help youth gain problem solving and critical thinking skills through computational thinking

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The Ready to Code Collection provides resources and strategies that are grounded in research, aligned with library core values, and support broadening participation. Start with basic strategies and how-tos or build on skills and resources you already have.  

The What and Why of CT

Learn more about computational thinking (CT) and why it aligns with your library practice

Facilitation Pathway

What does it mean for a library to be Ready to Code? Explore themes and strategies for success

Personas

How does your work fit into Ready to Code? Find the profile that fits you to get started

Resources

Preview types of resources that will be available when our full site launches in the fall

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Get Involved

Give us your feedback so our final launch provides you with the information and resources you need.

About Us

Learn more about Ready to Code and the library staff that helped develop these materials.

 

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