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Computer Programming Camp for TVIs

For the fourth year now, the Washington State School for the Blind will host a workshop on teaching computer science to students with visual impairments called the "Experience Programming in Quorum Workshop" (aka EPIQ Workshop). The workshop will be held on July 17-23, 2014

As part of the workshop, you will learn programming basics in a Java-based programming language called Quorum. The inventor of the language, Dr. Andy Stefik, will lead the workshop and teach you how to use Quorum to create dynamic websites with your students. The platform, developed by Dr. Stefik, is 100% accessible to all students, including those with visual impairments and blindness.

The language is currently being taught at the Alabama School for the Blind, the Washington State School for the Blind, and the Maryland School for the Blind along with many smaller sites around the country to students with visual impairments. The language and the curriculum developed by Dr. Stefik and his colleagues is also being used by middle and high schools across the nation because of the simplicity of the language.

We would love to have any interested TVIs again join us this summer in Vancouver, Washington. Registration, housing and most meals are free to TVIs. Financial assistance for travel will be provided as funds are available.

If more information about the workshop and the application, please go to Quorum TVI Camp
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