Remote3: Online Challenges
1. Remote3 Online Challenges
Between April and June we ran a series of zoom webinars where we gave a short talk about an aspect of the Boulby Underground Laboratory and then introduced a computing challenge. Each following week we highlighted a few previous challenge projects before introducing the next one. At the end of June, we introduced our Summer Challenge - an exciting coding project which young people can work on either individually or in teams. We'll be holding a check-in and testing event on Monday 10 August (11:00), the closing date for entries will be midnight on Sunday 6 September, and we will hold a celebration event on Monday 21 September (16:30). All live events will be recorded and we will share the recordings. Everyone entering will receive a certificate, and there will be some other exciting prizes to be won. The talks and challenges were aimed at 10-14 year olds, and it will always be possible to complete the challenges using scratch, a free computing language which can be used online (https://scratch.mit.edu/). Please complete this survey to receive full details of the Summer Challenge, and connection details for the virtual events. You can unsubscribe at any time. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
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