Computer Science Unplugged

If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing computer science in an informal and “unplugged” setting, this website is for you. Computer Science Unplugged (CS Unplugged) is “a project that provides free games and activities to communicate Computer Science concepts to students of all ages.” The site contains 50 different videos in a range of languages and topics like cryptography, binary numbers, and computer programming. Visitors can also look through the Featured Playlists area, which contains a variety of the CS Unplugged staff’s favorite videos. One of the cool things about the site is how interactive the videos are, featuring young people learning about computer science through group activities, games, and treasure hunts.

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