ALA攜手Google 訓練未來圖書館員寫程式

2017/01/11     來源:CampusTechnology閱讀原文

Libraries often act as tech-enabled hubs that play a central role in making sure students have access to tools and resources that support learning. And soon, librarians will be assisting schools in implementing programs that teach computer science (CS) and computational thinking (CT). The American Library Association (ALA), the largest association of libraries in the world, and Google K–12 Education Outreach have launched the next phase of a program that trains university faculty members to teach future librarians on how to implement high-quality CS programs at public and school libraries....

原文報導:ALA, Google to Train Future Librarians to Code