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LB-205, Webster Library, Concordia University

1400 Maisonneuve Boulevard West

Montreal, QC H3G 1M8

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Speaker: Jasia Stuart, Coordinator - Digital Technology, Concordia University Library

Come and get started with Arduino, a user-friendly microcontroller platform that will allow you to build anything from a weather station to a wearable electronics device. This session will provide an fun an friendly overview of electronics and programming suitable for beginners.

Arduino Uno kits will be provided, but feel free to bring your own materials if you have them. Please bring your laptop or sign one out from the Loans & Returns desk before the workshop. No prior programming or electronics experience required!

Open to everyone. 120 minutes.

Image: bioluminescent jellyfish by Chris Favero on flickr CC2.0


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LB-205, Webster Library, Concordia University

1400 Maisonneuve Boulevard West

Montreal, QC H3G 1M8

Canada

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