Toronto Reference Library Announces Arduino-Focused Spring 2015 Innovator in Residence
From May 25th to July 4th 2015, Toronto Reference Library is hosting Arduino-focused Innovator in Residence programs by Toronto-based artist, maker and developer Lindy Wilkins. Aspiring and practicing users of Arduino are invited to join Lindy Wilkins for discussions, workshops, and one-on-one appointments.
Lindy Wilkins is a teaching assistant at OCAD University, and has extensive experience in creative coding and technology at Site3 coLaboratry and Little Dada. For six weeks she will be offering her expertise in Arduino.
The Innovator in Residence program offers a fun and hands-on way for the public to learn about the technology offered at the library's Digital Innovation Hubs. Industry experts present discussions and workshops and are available for one-on-one appointments.
For a full listing of discussions and workshops for the residency, visit torontopubliclibrary.ca/iir.
Media interested in tours of the Digital Innovation Hub, or interviews with our Innovator in Residence, should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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