TheMuseum of Computer Science and ACM UPV Chapter will carry out Scratch Day on September 22.
This activity will help you to develop small projects in the educational environment of Scratch computer programming. This educational setting enables people without any previous knowledge to get results quickly without having to learn how to use programming language.
Scratch facilitates the creation of interactive stories, games and animations; its environment allows you to combine objects, graphics, sounds and order sequences, and sharing your own creations with the online Scratch community. Since 2007, this environment has been developed at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) by Mitchel Resnick team, and nowadays it is used by million people all over the world.
Scratch Day will take place on 22 September in Linus Torvalds Labs of 1G Building of ETSINF. You can choose between Shift 1 from 9:00am to 13.30pm, or Shift 2 from 15:00pm to 19:30pm.
If you are a ETSINF’s student interested in attending the activity, you can enrol for free by clicking on the following link or using the QR code in the picture on the left.
We are waiting for you!