TechKrew 2012 TechKrew Classes

Are you techie or do you wanna be? Join the Krew in a fun environment where you can unleash your creative genius. Build your own apps and video games, mix music, design graphics, record, edit and add special effects to movies, build 3D models, explore electronics and much more! For more teen activities be sure to visit Informed Teens.

Melrose Camps

The Orlando Public Library is featuring week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Saturday, for kids and teens! Get hands-on in filming, audio production, graphic design and photography. Join in the fun at the Fab Lab with fun and exciting projecting in combining science and technology. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today!

Most classes are free to Orange County district resident cardholders, Fee cardholders, and Orange County Property Owner cardholders. Some classes include a fee to cover the cost of used materials. Users who reside outside the Library's service area may attend by paying a non-refundable fee at time of registration prior to class time. Please check event details for applicable fees. Where they apply, registration fees must be paid prior to class time. To pay for your class please call us at 407.835.7323 or visit any of our locations in person. A $5 late cancellation fee will be assessed if cancellation is not made the day prior. Registration is required.

For more details call 407.835.7323 or visit our online calendar to see class offerings, descriptions, locations, dates and times. Please note that the minimum required age varies by class.

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5:30
PM

TeckKrew: Create a 3D Video Game for Teens Part 2 (13-18) »

Thursday, July 31, 2014 at Herndon Branch

Create a first-person style video game using the Unity Game Development software. Integrate 3D content, like assets, into scenes and environments; add lighting, audio, special effects, physics and animation. #techkrew #SRPteens

10:30
AM

TechKrew: Introduction to Electronics Prototyping using the Arduino »

Friday, August 01, 2014 at Orlando Public Library

Use the Arduino to control custom circuits you construct. Learn the steps to make LEDs blink and a speaker play music. Experience the potential of this inexpensive and accessible tool. #techkrew #SRPteens

1:45
PM

TechKrew: Technology Petting Zoo »

Monday, August 04, 2014 at Washington Park Branch

Get your hands on the latest downloadable devices such as the Nook, iPad, Galaxy, Sony eReader and more! Explore how you can use them to download free music, videos and eBooks from our digital collection 24/7. #dmc Recommended Audience: Everyone #campsavvy #SRPkids #familyfocus

2:00
PM

Melrose Tween & Teen Camp: Young Makers »

Monday, August 04, 2014 at Melrose Center

The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today! Go from idea to invention with hands-on training in electronics, basic engineering and robotics. Day 1: 3D Printing: Create a Race Car: With easy-to-use 3D modeling software, design and create a model race car using custom shape and object tools. Learn how to give your 3D objects a realistic look and texture. Day 2: Exploring Circuitry: Create a personalized model house with a flashing LED! Use electronic components and conductive paint to construct a simple circuit. Learn basic electronics concepts like polarity, switches, conductivity and LEDs. Day 3: Introduction to Electronic Engineering: Build a working circuit using common electronic components and a power source. Learn to identify and calculate properties of resistors and capacitors while using a multimeter on your completed circuit. Day 4: Protoyping with Arduino: Use the Arduino to control custom circuits you construct. Learn the steps to make LEDs blink and a speaker to play music. Experience the potential of this inexpensive and accessible tool. Day 5: Soldering Basics: Decision Kit: Build a simple circuit with a soldering iron and components. Learn to safely use a soldering iron correctly to join components and wires. Day 6: Showcase: Get creative with decorating your race car. Race your cars to the finish line to find out which design is the fastest! You will have a chance to present your race car and projects to your family, friends, and others who will attend the camp's Showcase event. Space is limited. Being on the Payment Waiting list does not guarantee a seat. To secure a seat today, please call 407.835.7323 or visit your local branch to make a payment. Cost for out-of-county teens: $75 for each camp (includes classes and materials) #techkrew #SRPteens #tween

2:00
PM

Melrose Tween & Teen Camp: Young Makers »

Tuesday, August 05, 2014 at Melrose Center

The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today! Go from idea to invention with hands-on training in electronics, basic engineering and robotics. Day 1: 3D Printing: Create a Race Car: With easy-to-use 3D modeling software, design and create a model race car using custom shape and object tools. Learn how to give your 3D objects a realistic look and texture. Day 2: Exploring Circuitry: Create a personalized model house with a flashing LED! Use electronic components and conductive paint to construct a simple circuit. Learn basic electronics concepts like polarity, switches, conductivity and LEDs. Day 3: Introduction to Electronic Engineering: Build a working circuit using common electronic components and a power source. Learn to identify and calculate properties of resistors and capacitors while using a multimeter on your completed circuit. Day 4: Protoyping with Arduino: Use the Arduino to control custom circuits you construct. Learn the steps to make LEDs blink and a speaker to play music. Experience the potential of this inexpensive and accessible tool. Day 5: Soldering Basics: Decision Kit: Build a simple circuit with a soldering iron and components. Learn to safely use a soldering iron correctly to join components and wires. Day 6: Showcase: Get creative with decorating your race car. Race your cars to the finish line to find out which design is the fastest! You will have a chance to present your race car and projects to your family, friends, and others who will attend the camp's Showcase event. Space is limited. Being on the Payment Waiting list does not guarantee a seat. To secure a seat today, please call 407.835.7323 or visit your local branch to make a payment. Cost for out-of-county teens: $75 for each camp (includes classes and materials) #techkrew #SRPteens #tween

4:30
PM

Tech Krew: Create a 2D Video Game Level 1 for Teens »

Tuesday, August 05, 2014 at Alafaya Branch

Make a computer game using The Games Factory 2 with no programming knowledge. Learn the basics of game development at a beginner's level. #techkrew #SRPteens

1:30
PM

TechKrew: Improve Your Job Interview Skills for Teens »

Wednesday, August 06, 2014 at Edgewater Branch

Experience the interview process and what you can do to better prepare yourself for the big day! Become familiar with popular websites that provide supporting information for your job search. #techkrew #SRPteens

2:00
PM

Melrose Tween & Teen Camp: Young Makers »

Wednesday, August 06, 2014 at Melrose Center

The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today! Go from idea to invention with hands-on training in electronics, basic engineering and robotics. Day 1: 3D Printing: Create a Race Car: With easy-to-use 3D modeling software, design and create a model race car using custom shape and object tools. Learn how to give your 3D objects a realistic look and texture. Day 2: Exploring Circuitry: Create a personalized model house with a flashing LED! Use electronic components and conductive paint to construct a simple circuit. Learn basic electronics concepts like polarity, switches, conductivity and LEDs. Day 3: Introduction to Electronic Engineering: Build a working circuit using common electronic components and a power source. Learn to identify and calculate properties of resistors and capacitors while using a multimeter on your completed circuit. Day 4: Protoyping with Arduino: Use the Arduino to control custom circuits you construct. Learn the steps to make LEDs blink and a speaker to play music. Experience the potential of this inexpensive and accessible tool. Day 5: Soldering Basics: Decision Kit: Build a simple circuit with a soldering iron and components. Learn to safely use a soldering iron correctly to join components and wires. Day 6: Showcase: Get creative with decorating your race car. Race your cars to the finish line to find out which design is the fastest! You will have a chance to present your race car and projects to your family, friends, and others who will attend the camp's Showcase event. Space is limited. Being on the Payment Waiting list does not guarantee a seat. To secure a seat today, please call 407.835.7323 or visit your local branch to make a payment. Cost for out-of-county teens: $75 for each camp (includes classes and materials) #techkrew #SRPteens #tween

1:30
PM

TechKrew: Intro to Mobile Web App Development for Teens »

Thursday, August 07, 2014 at North Orange Branch

Create a mobile Web app with an easy-to-use program that simplifies mobile development. #techkrew #SRPteens

2:00
PM

Melrose Tween & Teen Camp: Young Makers »

Thursday, August 07, 2014 at Melrose Center

The Melrose Center will feature week-long, 2-hour camp-style sessions from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A materials fee of $25 applies for each camp. Registration is required with a Library card in good standing. Seats are limited, so register today! Go from idea to invention with hands-on training in electronics, basic engineering and robotics. Day 1: 3D Printing: Create a Race Car: With easy-to-use 3D modeling software, design and create a model race car using custom shape and object tools. Learn how to give your 3D objects a realistic look and texture. Day 2: Exploring Circuitry: Create a personalized model house with a flashing LED! Use electronic components and conductive paint to construct a simple circuit. Learn basic electronics concepts like polarity, switches, conductivity and LEDs. Day 3: Introduction to Electronic Engineering: Build a working circuit using common electronic components and a power source. Learn to identify and calculate properties of resistors and capacitors while using a multimeter on your completed circuit. Day 4: Protoyping with Arduino: Use the Arduino to control custom circuits you construct. Learn the steps to make LEDs blink and a speaker to play music. Experience the potential of this inexpensive and accessible tool. Day 5: Soldering Basics: Decision Kit: Build a simple circuit with a soldering iron and components. Learn to safely use a soldering iron correctly to join components and wires. Day 6: Showcase: Get creative with decorating your race car. Race your cars to the finish line to find out which design is the fastest! You will have a chance to present your race car and projects to your family, friends, and others who will attend the camp's Showcase event. Space is limited. Being on the Payment Waiting list does not guarantee a seat. To secure a seat today, please call 407.835.7323 or visit your local branch to make a payment. Cost for out-of-county teens: $75 for each camp (includes classes and materials) #techkrew #SRPteens #tween

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