DANEnet works in partnership with nonprofit organizations and other groups to provide technology education. DANEnet provides the staff, the materials, the content and curriculum. Host partners provide the people and often the space. Technology education promotes
Find new ways to solve problems, explore ideas and have fun.
Computer Science Concepts
Learn core computer science concepts like programming, networking and hardware.
Work collaboratively with others and engage with the world and people in it.
Examples of technology education projects
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Who does DANEnet provide technology education for?
Middle and high school youth
People learning English
Girls Inc. groups
Folks who stop by the library
People without technology or the Internet at home
Existing community groups
How does DANEnet's technology education programming happen?
DANEnet works in partnership with nonprofit organizations and other groups to provide technology education. Some projects that we can do include; build your own computer, e-textiles, Raspberry Pi, coding, robotics and Maker Clubs. Most programming balances developing new technology skills and self-directed learning or tinkering. DANEnet provides the staff, the materials, the content and curriculum. Host partners provide the people and often the space.
Where does DANEnet do technology education?
At libraries and museums
In community and youth centers
In after school programs
At a senior center
With faith based groups
And most any other place with people, power and connectivity
What does educational programming cost?
The cost varies greatly depending on the length of time, the materials used and the number of participants. A rough estimation is $100 per hour of programming for a group of 10 people. DANEnet has developed relationships with local businesses and foundations and will work in partnership with organizations to secure funding, as needed.