Exeter Library’s FabLab will be open all day showing how the machines work and examples of digital making will be on show. This event is part of National Libraries Week.
Code Club UK is an organisation of free coding clubs for young people aged 9-13 run by volunteers with the support of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The Exeter Saturday Morning Code Club will be run by ‘2.times do’ on the first Saturday of the month. We suggest a 12 session syllabus using the Code Club’s […]
An informal event where people bring in their Raspberry Pi, Arduino, BBC: Micro bit projects and show people what they have been doing. It’s also an opportunity to come in and explore the Raspberry Pi computer and see how it works. There are plenty of computers to use and help on hand to get you […]
FabLab Exeter will be hosting drop in workshops as part of Exeter Library’s Fun Palace Visual Text. More information to follow.
The Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized computer that has infinite possibilities. On the first Saturday of every month, come along and get involved with this session run by 2.times do. We are returning to the roots of jam and will be asking for your help to make this a community led session. We […]
Every first Monday of the month staff will be on hand for one to one support located in the Business and Information Hub area of the library. Bring along your tablet, smart phone or e-Reader and get help using your device. Find out about our e-book service and get help downloading a free e-book to […]
Come and meet a team of scientists from the University of Exeter, and discover what the science of light and materials reveals about different museum objects. Take part in hands-on experiments and demonstrations throughout the day. Learn how butterflies get their colours, why emeralds are green but rubies are red, and many more natural marvels […]
Our Code Club takes place every other Thursday during term-time. Projects are easy to follow step-by-step guides which help children learn Scratch, HTML & CSS and Python by making games, animations, and websites. The projects gradually introduce coding concepts to allow children to build their knowledge incrementally. Suitable for ages 7+. For further information and […]
Over four consecutive Wednesday mornings, receive one on one help using the Learn My Way online courses, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world. From basic skills, learning how to use a mouse, keyboard and email, using the internet, internet security and internet banking. Booking is essential – Please […]
Every Wednesday our IT Drop-in session has staff and volunteers on hand for one to one support, located in the Teen area of the library. Find help with basic IT skills, using the internet, creating email accounts, sending and receiving emails, using social media and much more. The session is not for complete beginners but […]