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Tuesday May 28, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Make Your Own Video Game  
    Contact: Dan Berman     Dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

The Rhode Island Computer Museum will present a Workshop call “Make Your Own Video Game”.  This is a great chance to put down your controllers and take time to learn interactive software titled “Scratch” and create your own “video game” sample.  Presented by our learning team, the program will also include an exhibit on “Historic Video Games”. The exhibit aims to explain the impact of Early Video Games and then teach the MIT developed youth program “Scratch”.  Scratch is a computer program developed to teach software coding and allows you can create your own “video game” sample. The workshop aims to explain how early video games were made and give students new skills to develop their own games.

    Location: Sharon Public Library- 11 North Main Street, Sharon, MA 02067

Wednesday June 12, 2019
   9:00 AM  -  3:00 PM Wind Turbines!  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

3DW and the Rhode Island Comuter Museum are delighted to be visiting The Met High School on Wednesday 12th June 2019 to deliver a unique insight into the world of designing and planning an offshore Wind Farm using the latest VR technology.

    Location: MET School

Wednesday July 3, 2019
   2:30 PM  -  4:00 PM Kids Bot  
   

This workshop is for younger kids and aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics by working in teams,

    Location: Cranston Auburn Branch396 Pontiac Ave Cranston, RI 02910

Monday July 8, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: South Providence Library, 441 Prairie Avenue Providence, RI 02905

Wednesday July 10, 2019
   4:00 PM  -  5:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Hingham Public Library- 66 Leavitt St, Hingham, MA 02043
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Lunar Lander 2  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Hingham Public Library- 66 Leavitt St, Hingham, MA 02043

Thursday July 11, 2019
   3:00 PM  -  4:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Peace Dale Library, 1057 Kingstown Road, Wakefield, RI 02879

Monday July 15, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: North Providence Library, 1810 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, RI 02904

Tuesday July 16, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Westerly Public Library - 44 Broad Street Westerly, RI 02891

Wednesday July 17, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Falmouth Library

Thursday July 18, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  7:30 PM Make Your Own Video Game  
    Contact: Dan Berman     Dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

The Rhode Island Computer Museum will present a Workshop call “Make Your Own Video Game”.  This is a great chance to put down your controllers and take time to learn interactive software titled “Scratch” and create your own “video game” sample.  Presented by our learning team, the program will also include an exhibit on “Historic Video Games”. The exhibit aims to explain the impact of Early Video Games and then teach the MIT developed youth program “Scratch”.  Scratch is a computer program developed to teach software coding and allows you can create your own “video game” sample. The workshop aims to explain how early video games were made and give students new skills to develop their own games.

    Location: Blackstone Public Library 86 Main Street Blackstone, MA 01504

Friday July 19, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Plymouth Public Library 132 South St. Plymouth, MA 02360

Monday July 22, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Sharon Public Library- 11 North Main Street, Sharon, MA 02067

Tuesday July 23, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: The Goodnow Library. 21 Concord Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 | (978) 443-1035

Wednesday July 24, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Rogers (Bristol) Library- 525 Hope Street (Rt 114) P.O. Box 538 Bristol, RI 02809
   5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1 hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: George Hail Library, 530 Main St, Warren, RI 02885

Thursday July 25, 2019
   2:30 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1 hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Wanskuck Library - 233 Veazie Street Providence, RI 02904

Tuesday July 30, 2019
   1:00 PM  -  2:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Woonsocket Public Library- 303 Clinton St, Woonsocket, RI 02895
   6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Ozobot Game Lab  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

Ozobot Game Lab Come learn how to use the Ozobot robot to create your own game. Kids will learn about Ozobot and create a game out of everyday objects (e.g., cardboard, playdoh, coins, library things). They'll test out their Ozobots program and, at the end, they'll use examples to present their design to the whole group.

(Ages: 8-12 years)

 

 

    Location: Raynham Public Library

Wednesday July 31, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Uxbridge Free Public Library 15 North Main Street - Uxbridge, MA 01569

Thursday August 1, 2019
   1:00 PM  -  2:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Middletown Library- 700 West Main Road
   6:00 PM  -  7:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: Jamestown library - 26 North Road Jamestown, RI 02835

Friday August 2, 2019
   11:00 AM  -  12:30 PM Make Your Own Video Game  
    Contact: Dan Berman     Dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

The Rhode Island Computer Museum will present a Workshop call “Make Your Own Video Game”.  This is a great chance to put down your controllers and take time to learn interactive software titled “Scratch” and create your own “video game” sample.  Presented by our learning team, the program will also include an exhibit on “Historic Video Games”. The exhibit aims to explain the impact of Early Video Games and then teach the MIT developed youth program “Scratch”.  Scratch is a computer program developed to teach software coding and allows you can create your own “video game” sample. The workshop aims to explain how early video games were made and give students new skills to develop their own games.

    Location: Fuller Creative Learning Center, 260 Dover Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914

Monday August 5, 2019
   6:00 PM  -  7:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: West Warwick Public Library, 1043 Main St, West Warwick, RI 02893, USA

Tuesday August 6, 2019
   3:00 PM  -  4:30 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman     dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

    Location: NEWBURYPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY 94 State Street Newburyport, MA 01950

Wednesday August 7, 2019
   11:00 AM  -  1:00 PM Kids Bot  
   

This workshop is for younger kids and aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics by working in teams,

    Location: EAST PROVIDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY Weaver Memorial Library 41 Grove Avenue East Providence, RI 02914

Friday August 9, 2019
   11:00 AM  -  1:00 PM Lunar Lander  
    Contact: Dan Berman   401-741-6997   dan@ricomputermuseum.org
   

This workshop aims to explain and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Students will learn basic concepts of robotics and, working in teams, they will learn coding to instruct a simple robot to move in construction challenges. A big part of the workshop is hands-on practice using Mbots and a Raspberry PI. The Pi programming environment allows you to do many things with a tiny credit-card-sized computer. The set-up is easy for beginners, challenging for experienced programmers, and fun for everyone!

(1½ hour session, age 11 and above)

 

 

    Location: Fuller Creative Learning Center, 260 Dover Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914

Monday August 12, 2019
   2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Stop Motion  
   

Stop Motion Animation! Stop Motion Animation is a technique used in animation to bring static objects to life on screen. This is done by moving the object in increments while filming a frame per increment. When all the frames are played in sequence it shows movement. ... Stop motion animation is almost as old as film itself. During the workshop we’ll be looking at the basics of Video Editing, Green Screen, and Audio Production

    Location: Sharon Public Library- 11 North Main Street, Sharon, MA 02067

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