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Posted in Science & Technology, Students & Campus Life
May 7, 2019

Digitized is the largest one-day technology career event for Saskatchewan high school students.

Digitized is the largest one-day technology career event for Saskatchewan high school students. In 2018, more than 400 students attended Digitized.

Attendees have the opportunity to:

    • Learn how computer science and information technology (IT) is shaping our lives and changing the world
    • Attend hands-on workshops in game development, artificial intelligence, cyber security, visual arts and more
    • Explore current and future 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.

Event schedule: PDF

Track 1 and Track 2 speaker sessions are open to the public.

Learn more about Digitized: digitized.usask.ca

 

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