Python Mini Bootcamp
Whether you are recently graduated, recently employed, or following your dream career path, this opportunity is for you!
This course focuses on the basics of coding using Python. During this session, participants will have the chance to learn the following concepts:
- What is Python
- How to properly install Python
- Python variables
- Python conditions
Prerequisites: None. This workshop is designed for beginners.
BYOD: Bring your own device (laptop)
Date: Saturday, April 27, 2019
Time: From 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location: Kanata-North, 535 Legget drive, Kanata, ON, K2K 3B8 (2nd floor)
Language: English only (instructor can answer questions in French if needed)
What is included:
- An amazing instructor
- Great new venue
- Catered lunch. We will try our best to accommodate any dietary restrictions (no promises)
- A certificate of completion
MakerEd for Teachers
MakerEd night for Teachers
The Faculty of Engineering's Outreach team at the University of Ottawa is organizing an evening dedicated to connecting teachers to resources for the introduction of technology in their classrooms.
We are hoping to have at least one representative from every school in the area.
This event will be bilingual. Space is limited!
University of Ottawa campus
New STEM Complex, 150 Louis-Pasteur Pvt, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
The next MakerEd event will be in May. Stay tuned for more information.
MakerEd for Parents
MakerEd for parents
**Kids are welcome to join their parents!
The Engineering Outreach Team at the University of Ottawa is organizing a night dedicated to parents who have kids between grade 2 and grade 6. The MakerEd night for parents is designed to help parents familiarize themselves with new technologies.
6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Come discover the various programs for children and teens offered by the Faculty of Engineering. Learn more about the Maker Break camps and summer camps.
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The purpose of this workshop, specifically designed for parents, is to show them the basics of programming, with the aim of helping them support their children in the development of this new knowledge.
Learning to program is a skill that every youth should develop from an early age. Programming is the best way to understand technology. It encourages problem-solving, critical thinking, logic, and creativity.
This workshop will be interactive and parents will learn to program small stories with the help of an iPad or laptop that will be provided.
Stay tuned for more information.