Hour of Code

Time: 12:30 pm to 2:00 am

Contact: Elizabeth Kelly · ejkelly@loyno.edu · 504-864-7047

Location: Monroe Library Instruction Classroom (1st floor, Room 146 in the computer lab wing)

Join the Monroe Library for a hands-on introduction to computer programming!

We'll have fun introductory computer programming activities to choose from. 

Anyone is welcome to attend.

We'll be following up in the coming weeks with a Research Guide; look through last year's guide for more information. We're also looking for participants to help lead coding activities; let us know if you're interested!

The hour you spend working through the tutorial is just the beginning - you'll also be directed to free online resources to continue learning independently.

No experience necessary. All are welcome! Feel free to bring your own laptop and headphones if you prefer to work on your own machine.


About Hour of Code

Because the international Hour of Code is December 3-9, a very busy time for Loyola, we are holding our Hour of Code in November and then issuing a 30 day challenge to participants to keep coding. We'll be in touch with information about a follow up meeting in December.