Summer 2019Prof. Arlene Ducao, arlduc [at] nyu.eduWednesdays, 12:15-3:15 PMWallkill State Correctional Facility Overview This course will prepare students to write basic software and web pages, and it will introduce a full foundation of computer science and design coding concepts that can be applied to many kinds of technical projects. Students will be exposed to Python, […]continue reading NYU Prison Education Program: Introduction to Computer Science & Code
WORKSHOP: Computer Code ConceptsThis workshop will introduce basic computer coding concepts that can be applied to a wide range of applications, from web development, to systems administration, to data science. Concepts include data types, data structures, syntax, tags, elements, attributes, functions, variables, expressions, inheritance, statements, and version control. No computers will be used. And while we […]continue reading NYU Prison Education Program: CS Workshop, May 2019
Announcements Please make sure your video and paper (with bibliography) are posted NOW. For any Google Drive links, please double-check that I have permission to view the file. You can submit extra credit and updates to your final project until Thursday May 16 at 10AM. If you submit any updates between today and Thursday, please […]continue reading NYU D&T Session 27: Final Projects!
Announcements NEW EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY: Listen to the Critical Consciousness Reflection audio, recorded by Tyrone Bryant. If you’re willIng to share some of your own answers to his questions, PLEASE do so in an essay that reflects how you will continue to work on diversity, inclusion, and representation in tech beyond the scope of this […]continue reading NYU D&T Session 26: Startups & Check-ins
Announcements For today’s (final!) field trip, WE WILL MEET IN THE CLASSROOM and leave together at 4:30 sharp for Brownsville Community Justice Center, 50 Belmont Ave, Brooklyn. We will visit BCJC’s tech lab and see some of their recent VR community work. As usual, if you’re running late and can’t find the group, please contact Prof A […]continue reading NYU D&T Session 25: Visit to Brownsville Community Justice Center
Announcements Next Monday, 5/6: We will meet in the classroom and leave at 4:30 SHARP for the Brownsville Community Justice Center, located at 50 Belmont Avenue in Brooklyn. Note that since it’s tricky to get to this location, we will travel there together. At the BCJC, we will learn about their tech work, specifically their work with […]continue reading NYU D&T Session 24: Civic Hall