Robot Hack Meet Up at John F. Germany Library Sunday Nov. 3, 1pm

Capture As development of the  new Learning is for Everyone (LI4E)  Community Innovation Center gets underway at the John F. Germany Library in downtown Tampa, some early projects are getting underway, staring with a  Robot Hack team.

If you want to join in the fun, come out to the John F. Germany Library this coming Sunday, Nov. 3, at 1pm, to join in the first G+ session on how to build an open source robot.  The LI4E Robot Hack team is meeting in the Carmen Manis meeting room on the 2nd floor of the Library at 900 N Ashley Drive in Tampa.

The team’s Robot Hack kit arrives next week, after which they’ll be embarking on a project of musical dimensions.  Join them Sunday to learn more, and get ready to play with robots!

 

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About Theresa Willingham

A professional writer by trade, I'm currently co-authoring the book, Makerspaces in Libraries , for the series “Library Technology Essentials” (Rowman and Littlefield, 2015). I am the Regional Director for FIRST STEM education programs in Central Florida, and a creative partner at EurekaFactory.NET , which specializes in the development of creative spaces and programming in public libraries and other institutions.
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