One Hour of Code: Iliauni Cyber Laboratory UniLab Joins the Global Campaign


The Cyber Laboratory UniLab at Ilia State University gives the pupils in grade II-VIII, interested in the digital world from all over Georgia, the opportunity to participate in the global "One Hour of Code" campaign in order to learn the basics of working with program code and try their hand at it.

One hour of code, which is held worldwide within the framework of Computer Science Education Week, is dedicated to the date of birth of Grace Hofer (December 9, 1906), one of the pioneers of computer science, a rear admiral woman in the United States Navy. Its name is associated with the creation of COBOL, one of the first programming languages.

In 2021, the week will be held on December 6-12 and within it pupils and students from different schools in more than 180 countries around the world will be able to participate in more than 85,694 events.

Within the framework of the "One Hour of Code" global campaign in Georgia, one of the organizers of the event will be Iliauni Cyber Laboratory UniLab, which will host the pupils in grade II-VIII interested in the digital world in a hybrid format to meet with UniLab practitioner mentors and lecturers in order to introduce them to the basics of working with program code.

How do I participate?

The meetings will be held on December 11 via Zoom. You will receive the exact time and Zoom link one day in advance, once the groups are staffed.

Pre-registration is required to get the Zoom link.

To register, visit the link:

Registration deadline: December 9, 23:59 p.m

Time: December 11

2021 year

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