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Auburn University is offering in summer 2009 the fifth Computer Literacy Academy for children. Children with disabilities and girls are encouraged to enroll in this summer program.
Since 2005, this program served over 150 children from Auburn community and surrounding areas. Starting this year, this program will be, as well, taught at Councill Middle School, in Dadeville, AL. The purpose of this program is to help children learn about computers and the Internet, how to browse, navigate and search the World Wide Web (WWW), how to use the Microsoft Office 2007 Suite applications (Word, Excel, Power Point), how to design and publish a personal Web page using Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2007, and how to program computers using cutting edge educational technology interactive applications including Pearson MyITLab, Carnegie Mellon Alice, Lego Mindstorms and Microsoft Robotics, Computer Science Unplugged Activities, Microsoft Interactive Educational Software Applications, Computer Software and Hardware designed for special needs children.
The 2009 Computer Literacy Academy is held between June 2-18, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Computer Science and Software Engineering Personal Computers Lab, Shelby Technology Center 2205 and Educational and Assistive Technologies Lab Shelby Technology Center 2214.
Learn more: More information about summer 2009 Computer Literacy Academy and registration will be made available soon. Questions? Daniela Marghitu, 334.844.6386, Daniela.Marghitu@auburn.edu.