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OLA 2018: Introducing Coding to Your Library
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Introducing Coding to Your Library

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Executive Room

Coding is a great way to introduce mathematics and computational thinking. Want to bring coding into your library, but don’t know where to start? You don't need to be a coder to teaching coding. Join us as we explore tools for teaching coding and computational thinking – with or without computers.

Presented by: Katlin Seagraves
Sponsored by: ITRT
Areas of interest: Technology, Public services

Katlin SeagravesKatlin Seagraves is a Digital Literacy Associate at Central Library in the Tulsa City-County Library system. She studied mathematics at the University of Oklahoma. She runs the Digital Literacy Lab, a digital learning center, and facilitates technology programming for all ages – including web literacy and coding. She organizes Django Girls Tulsa and is a volunteer with Techlahoma, a non-profit that works to engage tech talent in Oklahoma and bring free, high-tech programs to Oklahomans. She is the National Director of Administration for Alpha Sigma Kappa – Women in Technical Studies, an organization that empowers and supports collegiate women in STEM majors and women in STEM fields.

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