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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Sea Kayaking - Clinic 2

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
McLain Hall Outdoor Pursuits Office

Have you seen kayakers on Lake Coeur d'Alene and wished that you could be a part of the fun? Here's your chance to gain hands-on experience and confidence with a variety of boats. Each session will consist of an overview of techniques with your instructor and a paddle tour of Lake Coeur d'Alene. Class content is designed for the beginner. Fee includes use of all equipment. Swimming skills are required. Students must be 18 years of age.

$110 – Community Members (register online: www.nic.edu/wft )

 

$55 – NIC Students  (register at Outdoor Pursuits office)


Clinic 1:
Tuesdays, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., June 3 - 17

Clinic 2: Thursdays, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., July 10 - 24


Contact: Jon Totten
Phone: (208) 769-7809

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Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014 - Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014

NIC Girls and Boys Summer Technology Camps

8 AM - Noon
Seiter Hall Computer Lab 211
Class: Robot Virtual Worlds-Gaming
Date: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – August 5-7, 2014 
Age Group: 12-18 yrs. $69.00

Description: Beginning level no prior experience needed. The course is appropriate for any student interested in learning how to program in RobotC along with the hands-on experience of making the NXT Robot run on the programs and obstacle courses designed in class. This includes training on RobotC Virtual Worlds (RVW) where students create programs and games that do not require a robot!

If you are interested in taking classes at NIC, please call (208) 665-4521 for registration. No scholarships are available at this time.

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NIC Girls and Boys Summer Technology Camps

1 PM - 5 PM
Seiter Hall Computer Lab 211
Class: Beginning NXT Robotics 
(Both boys and girls are welcome, but girls are encouraged to participate in this particular camp.)
Date: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – August 5-7, 2014
Age Group & Cost: 9-14 yrs. $69.00

Description: Beginning level no prior experience needed. Master programming the Lego NXT Mindstorm Robots using a graphical user interface (GUI). Students will program the robots to run on an obstacle course. A challenge tournament will be held the last hour of class on August 7. This can be used for pre-training for FLL competitive robotics team.

If you are interested in taking these classes at NIC, please call (208) 665-4521 for registration. No scholarships are available at this time.

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Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014 - Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014

NIC Girls and Boys Summer Technology Games

8 AM - Noon
Seiter Hall Computer Lab 211
Class: Intermediate NXT Robotics
Date: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – August 12-14, 2014
Age Group & Cost: 9-14 yrs. $69.00

Description: Intermediate level must have prior experience using NXT. Sensors will be used: touch, ultrasonic, light and intermediate level programming challenges. Master programming the Lego NXT Mindstorm Robots using a graphical user interface (GUI). A challenge tournament will be held the last hour of class on August 14. This can be used for pre-training for FLL competitive robotics team.
 
If you are interested in taking these classes at NIC, please call (208) 665-4521 for registration. No scholarships are available at this time.

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NIC Boys and Girls Summer Technology Camps

1 PM - 5 PM
Seiter Hall Computer Lab 211

Class: 3-D Animation and Games using ALICE 2.0 
(Both boys and girls are welcome, but girls are encouraged to participate in this particular camp.)
Date: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – August 12-14, 2014
Age Group: 12-18 yrs. $69.00

Description: Beginning level no prior experience needed. The Alice 3-D software system is a learning tool for beginning level programmers. Students will be able to make storytelling animations and interactive games with Alice programming software. One of the many strengths of Alice is that it has been able to make abstract concepts concrete in the eyes of first – time programmers by using drag-drop methods that minimizes syntax errors. By using 3-D graphics, Alice speaks directly to a generation raised on video games. We encourage girls to sign up for this class.


If you are interested in taking these classes at NIC, please call (208) 665-4521 for registration. No scholarships are available at this time.

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