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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.

Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0

What is it?: Learn to program your own robot with Lego bricks and computer programming! Make your own creation in almost in little as 30 minutes with over 10,000+ creation possibilities.

  • Come with a curriculum guide and building guide. Be sure that the programming block is linked to the main company website to use the correct guide.

Where Can I Find it?: Locate them in the Teaching Tools collection on the second floor of Andersen Library.

Learning Objectives or Skills: Basic programming, building

Check Research@UWW for availability

Ages: 7+

Required Apps/Computer Programs: Find NXT apps for Mac and PC here

Classroom Connections: Interactive teacher's guide (Flash required)