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The American Library Association (ALA) has released the beta version of the  Libraries Ready to Code Collection, a ‘cache of resources developed, tested and curated by libraries, for libraries to create, implement and enhance their computer science (CS) programming for youth.’  Learn...

Pittsburgh and the Governor’s Mifflin School District in Shillington have been awarded grants to design and implement coding programs for young people. The grants are part of ALA’s Libraries Ready to Code initiative sponsored by Google.  Learn more.     ...

American Library Association (ALA) and Google will offer libraries an opportunity to apply for Phase III of the Libraries Ready to Code initiative.  The application period starts in mid-July. A cohort of 25-50 school and public libraries will each receive resources and support...

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ALA and Rosen Publishing have released the video Libraries Ready to Code.  Read more and access the video! Thinking about adding coding opportunities at your library? Here are a few free resources from TechSoup. ...

  “American Library Association (ALA) and Google, Inc. are launching the “Libraries Ready to Code” project to investigate the current nature of coding activities in public and school libraries for youth and broaden the reach and scope of this work.  Read more about...