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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.

Kano Computer Kit

What is it?: Want to build your own computer without the complicated instructions and parts? Kana Computer Kit is a basic kit geared to teaching children how to make their own computer in a simple and easy way. When completed, it can be taken apart and be used again whenever as it also functions as a fully useable computer that can be programmed even further.

  • Comes with easy to follow instructions and all the parts needed to build.

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, computer building, computers

Check Research@UWW for availability

Ages: 6+

Getting StartedKano videos tutorials.

Classroom Connections: Kano lesson plans