Welcome to Computing Education @ Nebraska

This is an initiative by the CodeLNK group that is aimed to encourage participation in computing and to provide instructional resources for K-12 students, parents, and educators. The group consists of members from K-12 schools, post-secondary institutions, and industry.

Learning Modules by CodeLNK Community

Try some of the learning modules shared by our CodeLNK community! We have lessons, testimonials, demonstrations and other educational materials that encourage participation in K-12 computing education in Nebraska that students, parents, and teachers can use.

What's New with Code.org!

Try one-hour tutorials in over 45 languages. No coding experience needed. This year there are 583 game-based tutorials available.

Nebraska Regional Partner with Code.org

Don't just play on your phone, program it.

What's Computational Thinking?

Watch eight video lessons by Dr. Leen-Kiat Soh about Computational Thinking!

UNL School of Computing

Hour of Code Unplugged Activities

This is a website where families can find unplugged coding activities. Try an unplugged (no device required) activity to learn about a Computer Science Concept!

Lincoln Public Schools Computer Science

Change the World at the Raikes School

Watch their videos to learn how they aim to develop leaders for information technology driven industries.

Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management

Ode to Code: Exploring Poetry Through P5.JS

Explore poetry through code using p5.js, a JavaScript library for creative coding! Here, you will explore writing poetry in the context of code.

Mackayla Kelsey

Build-A-Bot

Build a bristle bot that uses vibration to move!

University of Nebraska-Lincoln NIMBUS Lab

Virtual Classroom Visit!

They are virtually visiting classrooms across the country to celebrate CSEdWeek. Build apps with them, learn about CS entrepreneurial journey, and so much more. Sign up for an open slot for a classroom visit!

MAD-learn

In fifteen years we'll be teaching programming just like reading and writing... and wondering why we didn't do it sooner.

We're Still Accepting Exhibitors!

If you have some materials or ideas for sharing, we would like to have them on this site. Please submit them for our review!

GET HOUR OF CODE SWAG!

CONTACT

Koichi Sato

sw-ksato2@unl.edu
For information about Hour of Code swag and website

Guy Trainin

gtrainin2@unl.edu
To inquire about exhibitor registration and general information

Leen-Kiat Soh

lksoh@cse.unl.edu
To inquire about exhibitor registration and general information

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