Given the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and current health guidelines, UNH has cancelled its 2020 in-person summer on-campus youth programs.
EPIC is offering a remote learning opportunity for students in the summer of 2020!
Intro to Computer Science with Scratch Game Design
Dive into programming logic with Scratch, the drag-and-drop creative learning environment developed by MIT Media Lab. Students will use code blocks and characters to build a foundation in computational thinking, creating animated stories and games. Scratch's bright visuals and engaging design enhance the learning process, making it easy for the student to develop essential computational skills that are transferable to more advanced computer science topics.
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For questions and more information, contact Karen Jin: EPIC@cs.unh.edu
Click the '+' sign on the block on the right to enroll.
New for 2020 - Family Accounts! Families can create one account for all family members and enrollments can be done together.
Set up your Family Account today - instructions online at: Online Registration Instructions
For summer 2020, EPIC is being offered as a Remote Learning program.
The program manager will send detailed curriculum and technology requirements prior to the start date.
EPIC is primarily held at Kingsbury Hall, 33 Academic Way, Durham, NH: Travel to Durham
Additional information, including check in location and times are sent to participants by the program staff prior to the session start date.
Karen Jin is the Director of the EPIC camps. During the academic year, she is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Department of Applied Engineering and Sciences at UNH Manchester.