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Saturday, January 20, 2018 10 am.
Be prepared for the college entrance tests by taking a fully proctored SAT /ACT Combo Practice Test provided by Kaplan. Decide which test is right for YOU! This practice test will include questions from the ACT and questions from the SAT. So get some excellent practice and remember to sign up today!
Do you have photo albums or unsorted pictures at home?
Have you ever thought about digitizing them to make sure you don’t lose them in case of an emergency?
Or are you looking for an easier way to share them with your family and friends?
Make an appointment with one of our volunteers to learn how to create virtual backups of your most cherished memories:
- Bring up to ten pictures to scan.
- Create a Google account and upload the pictures.
Volunteers will walk you through the process.
Scanning by appointment only: call us or make an appointment at the adult reference desk.
Join us for an introduction to guitar workshop.
Topics covered include:
Knowing parts of the guitar
Tuning the guitar
Fingering the guitar fret board
Strumming with or without a pick
Reading guitar chord diagrams
Singing songs while strumming guitar chords
Please bring your own guitar. Instructor will have limited guitars and tuners for use. Sign up for this series of classes on our online events calendar or at the information desk. Signing up for one class means signing up for all four classes. These programs are for ages 10+
Welcome in the lunar new year by learning about the traditions and symbolism which enrich this celebration each year. The Asian Art Museum will be giving a talk on the Lunar New Year.
Saturdays, January 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2018
Ground Floor Story Room 2-6 pm.
For Students in Grades 7-12
Interested in business? Being creative and building your own company? Working with a group? If so, apply to entrepreneurship program through iDEA & Cupertino Library! We want dedicated, hardworking students, who, in this four week program, will learn:
Þ The process behind starting a business or creating a product
Þ The purpose of market research and how to conduct it
Þ How to construct a business plan and why it is needed
Þ How to write an executive summary
Þ How to write a market research summary
Þ How to create and write out an implementation strategy
Þ How to create and write a management and financial plan
Þ How to pitch and give powerful and persuasive presentations
Þ How to create digital designs using computer aided design (CAD)
Þ How to make a video explaining their product/service
Þ How to create a digital design of their product through CAD
In this program, you will form teams and use the concepts taught in each session to think of a product/service and create a business plan and presentation. You will present to judges, who will act as investors and evaluate each group. The winning team will receive a $100 gift card. Participants must bring their own laptop.
Enrollment in this series will be decided by lottery. To be eligible for selection, please register online between Wednesday, December 13 at 1 pm and Wednesday, December 27 at 9 pm. Please register ONLY if you will be able to attend all 4 sessions. One registration per person, please. Particpants will be selected via lottery on Thursday, December 28th. If you are selected, you will receive an confirmation email from Cupertino Library Staff member, Lucia. If you are selected, please RSVP to Matt Lorenzo (teen librarian) no later than Tuesday, January 2nd. : firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to submit a registration into the lottery between Wednesday, December 13 at 1 pm and Wednesday, December 27 at 9 pm.
This FREE series of classes is for students in 7th through 11th grades who have had no previous experience in the programming language JAVA and who wish to learn the basics. Visit www.mathandcoding.org for more info about the curriculum. PLEASE sign up ONLY if you can attend ALL 4 sessions.
We suggest that you sign up online. Or, you may call (408) 262-1171 ext.3616.
There is room for 20 students. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops; a limited number (3-4) of laptops are available for inside-the-library loan and computers are available for in-class use. The workshop has a 4-week curriculum.
- For kids 4-14 years old
- Sign up online or at the Information Desk.
- Drop-ins welcome as space permits.
Cupertino Community Hall, 4:00 pm.
CoderDojo Coding Club is an open learning environment featuring a different coding language at each table. Collaborate with others interested in the coding language you are interested in. Bring a project or start something new. Help each other with projects. Adult mentors are available for assistance.
• Events are open to students from 11 - 17 years of age.
• Bring your own laptop or borrow one from the library.
• Seating is limited, so please register. Walk-ins only permitted if there is space available.
Sign up for CoderDojo event notifications: http://bit.ly/cdsvsaratoga
CoderDojo Silicon Valley is an all-volunteer organization. To volunteer as a technical mentor or event volunteer please contact email@example.com
CoderDojo Silicon Valley collects the minimum data about our members that is needed to run our events, and we will never rent or sell our members' data to third parties.
PLEASE NOTE: Starting on December 3, 2017, continuing through Sunday, March 4, these tutoring sessions will be FROM 2:00 TIL 4:00. As daylight saving time ends, we will go back to the original time on Sunday, March 11.
Vietnamese speakers: Come to our Computer Training Center Sunday afternoons for FREE computer instruction. Knowledge of basic computer skills such as typing and use of the mouse is required. To practice class exercises, participants should bring a laptop. Classes last approximately 2 hours. No registration is required.