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Code.Org
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Description

Code.Org is a non-profit foundation dedicated to the growth of computer programming education. They provide a free online platform where users can find all types of resources that can help them learn computer programming. A lot of industry big wigs and even Will.I.Am are behind the project.

Who is it for? Children from every culture and walk of life. Their vision is that every student in every school in the USA should have the opportunity to learn computer science - but anyone can benefit from the resources.

What should we know about it? The listing includes free and paid resources that range from MIT-Scratch (Programming Language) to Lynda.com (Computer Training Course Material). Additionally, the platform features a ‘Find a Local School’ function that allows US users to search for schools and colleges that offer computer programming training.

Technical Requirements? Available on the web.

Suggested age: 9+
Available in: Worldwide
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(3.5) Easy to use
(4.5) Educational
(3.8) Effective
(3.8) Useful

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