Opportunities in Computing: A Hands-on Overview of Information Technology with Dr. Bryan Hosack, Associate Professor of Information Systems, and other faculty of the School of Information Technology Computers and information technology are everywhere and impact us at home and school! Would you like to learn more about the many facets of computing and information technology? Do you have an interest in understanding more about how computer and mobile applications work? Maybe you have thought about pursuing a degree in information technology or computing but are not sure if it is right for you? We will have FUN answering these questions and many more. Research activities include: Hack your world – Use sensors embedded in computers to control temperature, lighting, and other systems. Encrypt anything – secure your emails, texts, and more! Turn a computer inside out – learn how to tear down, troubleshoot and rebuild a home computer. Robotics – program your own robotic minion to do your bidding. And many others!


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