Rowan Computer Science teaching Android apps to middle school students

Rowan Computer Science teaching Android apps to middle school students

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The Rowan University Computer Science Department will host the Rowan Academy of Mobile Programming for close to two dozen middle school students from South Jersey (primarily from Atlantic, Camden, Cumberland and Gloucester counties) on Friday, July 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m in Robinson Hall Room 312 on Rowan’s Glassboro campus. RAMP introduces participants to the field of computer science through hands-on workshops and projects. Rowan professionals teach computer science principles by guiding participants in creating their own mobile apps. Participants will learn to develop Android apps using the MIT App Inventor, which is a visual programming environment that enables participants with no programming background to build their apps.