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Co.Lab Virtual Workshops: Oct 2020

Watch recording from October 27, 2020

Join us for a free virtual workshop! 

Co.Lab Breaking the Code: online text adventure game

Students will learn open source methodology through game design and will help build puzzles in an interactive text adventure game. Students will work together to write descriptions of items and areas that are part of a pre-built game framework. They will then play the game together and must work collaboratively to solve the puzzles and complete the story to win the game!

 

Co.Lab is offering two workshop date/time options:

Workshop #1 Tuesday and Wednesday 10/27 + 28 at 7pm EDT
Workshop #2 Wednesday and Thursday 10/28 + 29 at 7am EDT
 

This workshop is held across two consecutive days for 60 minutes each day, and is best suited for students aged 12-15 years old with strong English language skills. 

The first 5 participants to register will receive a link to attend the workshop selected during registration. The deadline to register is Friday, October 16 at 4pm EDT.

  • Your child/student must be available to attend both sessions for either Workshop #1 or Workshop #2.
  • A computer/laptop with a keyboard is necessary (the game is not optimized for mobile or tablet).
  • Strong English language skills are necessary for this beta workshop.
  • The session will be hosted on Bluejeans. 

After completing the registration you will receive an email within 2-4 days with additional event information.

*A media release is required for this workshop. Download HERE and email a completed copy to colab@redhat.com 

 

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