Do you enjoy creating or listening to music? Have you always wanted to try out programming but never had the chance?
Join us for a half day workshop to learn how to create music using block coding.
These workshops have been designed for people with minimal experience in programming and some familiarity in reading sheet music. Everything will be taught from scratch, so no previous experience is required. At the end of the workshop, you'll have learnt the foundations of programming and have completed several projects.
Where: Hanna Neumann Building #145, Room 1.23 and 1.24 (view map)
When: 1-4pm, on either Thursday 8 and Friday 9 July 2021 (two sessions to choose from)
Audience: Suitable for ages 13 and over. A great activity for the school holidays.
This workshop is part of an Honours project in the field of Computer Science Education looking at outreach programs to improve effectiveness in a more diverse audience.
How to register
To help the day run more smoothly, please read through this information sheet before the workshop: Programming workshop information sheet (PDF)
To participate, you will need to complete this consent form on the day: Programming workshop consent form (PDF)
For parents looking to register their child (under 18s), please ask your child to read the information letter addressed to students. For all other participants over the age of 18, please use the generic information sheet. Consent forms can be completed on the day where the investigator will be available to answer any questions.
This event is ticketed and will collect each individual's name and email to allow for contact tracing and this information will be held for 28 days. Please ensure to follow COVID safe practices where possible: social distancing, regular hand washing, wear masks etc. Do not attend if you are feeling unwell or have been in a COVID hotspot within the past 14 days.