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Digitized

Posted in Science & Technology, Students & Campus Life
May 8, 2018

Digitized will be held on May 8 on the University of Saskatchewan campus.

Digitized is the largest one-day technology career event for Saskatchewan high school students. In 2017, more than 400 students attended Digitized.

Students will: learn how computer science and information technology (IT) is shaping our lives and changing the world; attend hands-on workshops in programming, animation, robotics, mobile apps, games and more; and explore current and future career trends in technology. 

Digitized is organized by the Department of Computer Science at the University of Saskatchewan in partnership with the Saskatoon Industry-Education Council (SIEC).

Tuesday, May 8
8:45 am - 2:40 pm
Begins in Arts 143


 

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