20.07.2017

21 August – 2 September: Summer Uni for Women: ditact_women's IT summerstudies

The Summer Uni "ditact_women's IT" of the University of Salzburg is specifically aimed at women with technical interests. It takes place from 21 August to 2 September at the Unipark Nonntal and at the Fachhochschule Salzburg. Information: http://www.ditact.ac.at.

Themen: Web, Security & Privacy, HCI, Coding, Java, Zertifizierungskurse, Modul "Smarte Schule", Modul "International Experience", Hackathon, uvm. Zu den Lunch Lectures, dem Modul "Smarte Schule" und dem Großteil des Moduls "International Experience" sind auch Männer herzlich willkommen.

Kosten: 25 € - 60 € (je nach Kurslänge), der Hackathon ist kostenfrei sowie die öffentlich zugänglichen Lunch Lectures und das Modul „Smarte Schule“, dessen Kurse zur LehrerInnenfortbildung angerechnet werden (Kooperation PH Salzburg); außerdem: kostenfreie Kinderbetreuung

opening: 21.08., Beginn 12:30, Unipark Salzburg, Thema: Internationalisierung und weltweite Vernetzung. Auch mitgebrachte Gäste sind herzlich willkommen!

Rahmenprogramm für Körper und Geist: Yoga am Morgen und Stammtisch am Abend

Anmeldung zu den Kursen: https://ditact.ac.at/event/ditact-2017/course

Informationen zur Eröffnung: https://ditact.ac.at/modul/65-modul-ditact-er-ffnung-2017

Gerne auch Weitersagen! Wir freuen uns auf Sie!

 

Alexandra Kreuzeder

Projektleitung

Universität Salzburg

Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18

Tel: Tel. 0662-8044-4805

E-mail to Alexandra Kreuzeder

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