What: The SM Energy ideaLAB is a free digital media lab for teens ages 12 to 19 featuring tons of hardware and software.
Where: Central Library, Community Technology Center, Floor 4
When: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m.
2016 DevCamp Dates and Locations:
Camps are held Monday-Friday from 1-5 p.m., followed by a 2-hour showcase and awards on the Saturday of that week (time TBA).
Any questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-865-1706.
Learn the basics of computer repair by disassembling a computer and rebuilding it from the bottom up, installing an operating system, and more. Ages 12-19. Lunch provided, registration required.
2016 BuildCamp Dates:
Any questions? Email us at email@example.com.
Register now!ck out the winners of our RPG contest at the RPG Showdown on March 25.
Saturday, May 21, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Teens! The ideaLAB is turning three! Come celebrate this momentous day with food, fun, and frivolity. Teens only, ages 12-19.
Wednesdays, 4-6 p.m.
Girls Who Code is an afterschool program for girls in middle school and high school to learn computer science in a collaborative, engaging, and intensive manner, working with women who work in technology fields. We'll be learning Python, building websites and games, and all kinds of other things. Denver Public Library is proud to start a Girls Who Code site, and tremendously thankful to the technology professionals who have already agreed to mentor and teach.
If you have questions about the program - especially if you are interested in volunteering! - please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturdays, 1-3 p.m.
Meet every Saturday to learn how to code! We'll have a demonstration at 1 p.m. and then time to work on a project at 2 p.m., with new topics every month. In February, we'll be making art and choose-your-own-adventure games in Scratch, and in March we'll design apps for Android using App Inventor.
DevCamp 2.0 was several week-long summer camps on web development for teens ages 12-19. These camps were held during the summer of 2015. Learn more...
A big thank you to our DevCamp 2.0 community partners!
For DevCamp 2.0 each group was asked to pick a problem facing their community and to come up with a website that would help solve that problem. Here is what they developed:
Hadley, June 2015
Hadley, July 2015
Central, July 2015
Learn more about DevCamp, a two-week crash course in web development for teens that was held during the summer of 2014. And be sure to check out the sites the teens developed:
A big thank you to our DevCamp partners!
See what's going on in the ideaLAB - follow us on tumblr for the latest on ideaLAB news, events and other cool stuff!
Learn how to create awesome stuff! These project ideas are a great way to earn badges, too:
|Art & Design Project Cards|
|Electronics Project Cards|
|Game Design Project Cards|
|Music Project Cards|
|Video Project Cards|
|Web Design Project Cards|