Meet and Greet Live EventDate: 11 May 2020
Our EU Code Week Icebreaker opened last week, and we started the course off with a surprise! We had participants joining our Meet and Greet Event from more than 20 countries. The participants had a chance to get a great introduction to the EU Code Week initiative, the team behind the Icebreaker MOOC and met peers from across Europe. Participants shared their experience with Code Week, their motivations, and expectations for the course.
If you missed our surprise Meet and Greet live event, you can watch the recording below! You can also find the full presentation, with all the information about EU Code Week and the Icebreaker MOOC.
Webinar: Code Week Icebreaker MOOC Q&A
Date: 18 May, at 17h CEST
On 18 May 2020 at 17h CEST, we will have our first live event as part of the EU Code Week Icebreaker MOOC. This will be a Q&A session where participants will be able to ask the Code Week team any question they may have about the course or about the initiative Code Week.
Join the session here: Use the following link https://bit.ly/2LzlmSU
This session will take place in Microsoft teams. If you are not familiar with this tool, we invite you to read this document to know how to participate in the session.
If you missed our Q&A live event, you can watch the recording below. You can also find the full presentation here, with all the information about the EU Code Week and how to participate on it.
Multilingual Twitter chat
Date: 6 June, at 13:00 CEST
Join the session here: Stay tuned, the link will be available here.
On 6 June at 13h CEST we are organising a live event in the form of a Twitter chat.
A Twitter chat is a public Twitter conversation around one unique hashtag (#) that allows users to follow the discussion and participate in it. As part of our EU Code Week Icebreaker course, we will have a multilingual Twitter chat on 6 June 2020 at 13pm.
Save the date in your calendar and make sure to read this document if you don't know how to participate in a Twitter chat.
Date: 08 June 2020 at 17:00 CEST
Join the session here: If you want to attend the TeachMeet as an attendee, you can join us by following this link: https://eun2.adobeconnect.com/eucodeweek/
We will use Adobe Connect during this session. More information can be found in "Connection details".
On 8 June at 17h we are organising a TeachMeet where teachers from different countries will have the chance to present Best Practices during the last edition of EU Code Week, to inspire other colleagues to take part in the EU Code Week campaign.
If you want to present an activity you have organised during EU Code Week during, make sure to fill in this google form to apply to be a presenter. The deadline to apply to be a presenter is Monday, June 1 at 12:00 CEST.
Participation in the TeachMeet as a speaker is limited to 10 participants, and it works in the basis of "first come, first served", so we will not accept more applications after we reach the 10 participants. Thank you for understanding.
If you missed our TeachMeet, you can watch the recording below! You can also find the full presentation, with all the information about EU Code Week and the Icebreaker MOOC.
Some of these events will take place in the online room via Adobe Connect. To access it, the Flash browser plugin needs to be installed or updated on your computer, or the Adobe Connect program might need to be downloaded on your computer. You need to make sure your equipment is functional: system updates, browser updates, plugins installed, etc. If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before, test your connection via the following link: https://eun2.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm
Please note that this Adobe Connect service allows audio and other information sent during the session to be recorded, which may be discoverable in a legal matter. By joining this session, you automatically consent to such recordings. If you do not consent to being recorded, discuss your concerns with the host or do not join the session.
The recording will be shared in the current section shortly after the event.