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We are currently conducting research on Computational Thinking (CT) programming for youth ages 11-18 in libraries and other informal learning spaces such as community centers. We are working to develop a bank of assessment tools that can be used to measure the success of CT programming. If you have hosted a CT program at your institution or are planning to offer a program in the near future, we would like to interview you to learn more about your experiences in CT programming and what CT assessment tools we can create to enhance the impact of your programs.
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All participants will receive $25 Amazon gift card for participating.
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Drs. Mega Subramaniam and David Weintrop have received a grant from IMLS to research Computational Thinking assessment in libraries and other informal learning spaces. More information about this project can be found on the Our Project page.