Coding Together, Learning Together: Starting a Coding Club at Your Library

Are you a public or school librarian thinking about starting a coding club in your library, but you’re not sure where to start? Then this class is for you!

Over four weeks we will cover everything from one-off events like Hour of Code to planning a weekly coding club, and all at little or no cost. Some of the programs we will explore are Scratch, Bitsbox,, as well as many other resources.

Other than general use of online tools and services and mobile devices, no specific technology background is assumed.

At a glance

When: Oct 22 – Nov 18   

Where: Online

Cost: $125 (10% off if you register by Oct 7)

CE Credit: 1.4 CEUs/14 LEUs

Program: #309019

Questions? Contact Meredith Lowe or Anna Palmer

Register online

Register by phone: Pyle Center, (608) 262-2451

Register by fax or mail: Print out a registration form

Login information will be emailed to you a few days before the course begins.

Course description


  • Complete weekly readings and view video content
  • Participate in online discussions
  • Complete weekly activities


Casey Ineichen is a library media specialist at Winnequah Elementary School in Monona, Wisconsin. Last school year, she developed a successful after-school coding club for 4th and 5th grade students in Monona. She has presented at WEMTA and EdTech Team Wisconsin Summit and is looking forward to sharing even more during this class.