What can you do at a Research Rendezvous?
Get one-to-one personalized help from historians, CU, DU, and regional librarians, NHD Colorado, CU mentors and community experts to define or review your project:
Librarians will be available to help you throughout the event if you are unable to register for Power Sessions.
30 minute overviews which focus on project techniques and research methods.
Open to all--no registration required
Second Floor Reference -- Flatirons Room
Other Library Events on December 3rd for parents and siblings:
EXPLORING THE DIGITAL SANDBOX WITH ARDUINO BLOCKS
Saturday, December 3, 1–3p.m., BLDG 61
Learn how to program and control hardware elements like LEDs, buzzers, and motors using a block-based programming environment for Arduino. This class is designed for beginners and advanced users alike. Appropriate for ages 10+
Register online or at the table for a chance to win gift cards to local theaters and cafes. All students receive a DU flash drive for Power Sessions