SAVANNAH—The Educational Technology Center (ETC) at Armstrong Atlantic State University (AASU) will sponsor a series of creative computer camps this summer for children ages 9-14. Each of the six camps has a specific theme and is grouped by age.
All sessions will run from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday in the technology center, room 128 of University Hall, on the AASU campus, 11935 Abercorn St. All instructors are middle grades certified. The cost is $195 per week. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided, but campers should bring their own lunch.
The themed camps are:
“Let the Games Begin!” for boys only ages 11-13. This camp will teach how to create 3D animation and games. Three sessions will be offered June 22-26, July 13-17 and July 27-31.
“Hooray for Hollywood!” will allow campers to create their own digital movies. It is open to students ages 9-11; July 6-10.
“C.S.I. (Computer Sleuth Investigations) will have campers learning to solve mysteries using digital tools. It is available to campers ages 11-13; July 20-24.
“Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” will teach how to create virtual worlds with Google Sketchup. It is being offered to campers ages 9-11; Aug. 3-7.
“Girls Just Wanna Create” will instruct the skills needed to create 3D digital stories. It is open to girls only, ages 11-13; Aug. 10-14.
Space is limited. To obtain a registration form, go to http://ettc.armstrong.edu and click on “Creative Compute Camps” near the top of the page. For more information, call Wendy Marshall at (912) 344-2633.