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*Original Story posted on the Muncie Journal.* JANUARY 31, 2018 By: Ted Baker— Innovation Connector To Host Indiana’s First Roblox Training Camp On February 17th Muncie, IN—The Coding Connector, Them LLC, and TechWise Academy have collaborated to create the first ever Roblox Training Camp in Indiana. Learn from one of the top game designers on the […]
*Original Story posted on the Muncie Journal.* SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 By: Tracy Dishman— Innovation Connector Home And Resource Partner To Shafer Leadership Academy Muncie, IN—A professional and beautiful building, and amenities such as plenty of free parking and back-office staff support, adds to the credibility and professionalism of an organization. Align these attributes with matching […]
*Original Story posted on the Muncie Journal. * JULY 29, 2017 By: Tracy Dishman— Innovation Connector’s “Coding Connector” Gives Kids Computer Coding Experience and More AUGUST 29, 2017 By: Tracy Dishman— Muncie, IN—The Innovation Connector has a unique opportunity for young people to learn “the language of the future” — computer coding. Techwise Academy and the […]
*Original Story posted on the Muncie Journal. * JULY 31, 2017 By: Tracy Dishman— An Innovation Connector Success Story: The Rieth Brothers Nick and Patrick Rieth, owners of Reith Brothers, is an Innovation Connector success story. The Rieth Brothers are two young entrepreneurs passionate about telling great stories through digital media. They operate their business out of […]
In the week of July 10-July 14, the Coding Connector held the first Robotics Camp at Southside Middle School. During this week of activities, students learned how to program EV3 LEGO robots to move different directions, follow a line by using color sensors, and some even learned how to make sounds with their robots. (An […]