Summer Computer Camp'97 --
Introduction of Internet and HTML Concepts & Applications to 12 to 18 Year old Youngsters in Newark

July 7, Monday -- July 24, Thursday
9:00AM -- 12:00PM
Engalhard Hall, 92 New Street, Room 309

Center for Information Management, Integration, and Connectivity
Rutgers University
Newark, New Jersey

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The Objective of The Program

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is committed to supporting the future of the state. The Newark campus of Rutgers currently offers several special outreach programs to local youth. This summer computer workshop is a joint effort between the Center for Information Management, Integration, and Connectivity (CIMIC) and the MUSIC (Making Healthy Multi User Sessions In Community) program. CIMIC staff, in collaboration with the captains of MUSIC, is offering this outreach program for the purpose of providing minority girls and boys ages 12-18 with enriched hands-on instruction in the area of computer and information technology.

The goals are to:

Program Staff (Volunteers)

Topics and Lecture Schedule (Tentative)

Please note that this schedule is subject to change.

Classwork & Project

During the class, Students will get hands-on experience via lab practice, and the term project (Building WWW pages).

Groups of 3 or 4 students will construct a set of ``Home Pages'' for their respective schools, or a local business or organization. Towards the end of the camp, each group will present their WWW pages to the class.

Latest Update: June 20, 1997