Education Makers, a Concordia University group promoting learning through making, invites you to attend their belated Arduino Day celebration. Hosted by 4TH SPACE and the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology at Concordia, this virtual and global celebration, postponed from the originally scheduled March event, will introduce you to the exciting world of Arduino: an open-source hardware and software project and user community that designs and manufactures single-board kits for building digital devices.
The event will begin with an expert Q&A with David Cuartielles, Arduino co-founder, followed by a talk by Tomas de Camino, a mathematician, computer scientist, musician, maker and professor at Lead University in Costa Rica. Five-minute presentations and demos of Arduino projects by a community of makers will follow. A full schedule is available below.
Interested in maker culture? Fascinated by the educational possibilities of Arduino, or just curious to learn more? Join the fun by registering for our Zoom webinar or watching live on our Facebook page.
Have questions on this topic that you want to get to our experts and makers ahead of time? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.