Feb 23, 2013 10:42 AM | 0
The STEM Video Game Challenge was a two-part workshop that took place in February at the Central Library's Shelby White and Leon Levy's Information Commons Lab. The workshops were open to tweens and teens in grades 5-12 who like playing video games and are interested in learning game design mechanics, building games and testing games. At the second workshop, they even got to pitch their ideas to a panel of game design professionals!
Interested in other programs like this? Join us for Teen Tech Time, Tuesdays at 4:30pm in the Information Commons Lab at the Central Library.