Online Coding Resources
Interested in Computer Science but not sure where to start? Check out these free online resources.
The Odin Project has a free curriculum for learning web development, starting with the basics and also covering advanced web development.
A non-profit educational organization. They provide courses on many topics, including computer science and programming. The lessons are in the form of short videos.
All kinds of games, lessons and tutorials for teaching kids of all ages how to code.
This Youtube channel features videos on programming, web design, game development and other tutorials.
Kanopy is a video streaming service available using your library card. To access, go to our website and click “Digital Services.” It Includes The Great Courses series which contains many videos teaching coding.
Congressional App Challenge is the U.S. House of Representative’s official coding competition, a brilliant vehicle to encourage middle and high school students to pursue computer science. Due to educational disruptions, the group has launched Code at Home, where students are encouraged to sharpen their coding skills and build apps with free resources from support organizations like Amazon Web Services, Apple and Microsoft. Interested students can also pre-register for the 2020 Congressional App Challenge here.