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Borrowable Technology for STEM Education

This guide features technology available at Andersen Library. While these resources support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education, all Andersen Library patrons are encouraged to explore, try out, experiment, create and learn.

Ozobot Bit

If you have never tried to code before, the Teaching Tools collection at Andersen Library has little robots to help you get started – Ozobot Bits. These robots sense line and color patterns drawn with colored marker, or follow patterns on tablets and other digital screens. This is programming at its most basic.

Locate Ozobot Bits in the Teaching Tools collection on the second floor of Andersen Library.

Check Research@UWW for current availability

Quick start color code video.

Visit the Ozobot YouTube channel for getting started videos, demos, and more.

Find lesson plans and examples of how Ozobot is used in the classroom by visiting the User Portal.