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How do you evaluate whether the information found on the Internet is “good”? What is good information? This video accompanies ECS Unit 1: Human Computer Interactions, and includes a written lesson plan.
How do algorithms apply to an every-day type of workplace such as an auto repair shop? This video accompanies ECS Unit 2: Problem Solving, and includes a written lesson plan.
Hear from a self-taught web designer about how he got into web design, and the skill set that has served him well. This video accompanies ECS Unit 3: Web Design, and includes a written lesson plan.
How does an organization like the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife use “big data”? This video accompanies ECS Unit 5: Computing and Data Analysis, and includes a written lesson plan.
Which of the featured machines live up to the name “robot”? This video accompanies ECS Unit 6: Robotics, and includes a written lesson plan.
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