Innovator In Residence - Lindy Wilkins

June 3, 2015 | Greg Astill

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Are you interesting in learning Arduino or do you have a project in mind using Arduino?

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Join Lindy Wilkins as she hosts lectures, workshops, and one-on-one appointments at Toronto Reference Library. Lindy Wilkins is a Toronto-based artist, maker, developer, and community facilitator. Her hobbies include tinkering, cycling, exploring and spontaneous whimsical fabrication.

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Lindy Wilkins' extensive experience in creative coding and technology can be seen at Site3 coLaboratry and Little Dada. Lindy also is a teaching assistant at OCAD University.

For six weeks, Lindy will be teaching a variety of Arduino workshops, a soldering workshop, and one-on-one appointments.

Registration is required and is on a first-come, first serve basis. To register, please email Fiona O'Connor at foconnor@torontopubliclibrary.ca. Please be sure to add the date and time, your phone number and a short description (50 words max) of what you hope to discuss with Lindy. You will receive a confirmation email to confirm your appointment or possible other dates if that time and date is no longer available.

In addition, join us for two public lectures/discussions where the theme will be on Technology: Success and Failures and Wearable Technology.

Have fun and hope to see you at one of the classes and/ or lectures. 
Fiona and Greg

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