A virtual reality experience for the classroom.

MYR can be visited at

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CS Pathways is a collaboration with the University at Albany (SUNY) and Lowell and Methuen Public Schools (MA) and Schenectady City Schools (NY). The project is designed to integrate Computer Science into the middle school curriculum.

Logos for UMass Lowell, SUNY Albany, Lowell Public Schools, Methuen Public Schools, and Schenectady City Schools

iSENSE is a web system for sharing and visualizing scientific data. It is intended to be a resource for middle school and high school science, math, and engineering instruction.

Past Projects

SoarCS is a program for new students to stay on campus, meet their classmates and build skills to help them succeed in computer science.

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A wireless sensor network being built to measure groundwater to analysis the impact of storms on coastal areas.

CS Connections is a four day workshop and community of practice for New England Teachers.

August 6, 7, 8, & 9, 2018

Conference Website

Artbotics is a program that has been designed to introduce students to art, computer science, and robotics, by creating interactive, kinetic sculptures. The program has been used by many age levels, including middle school, high school, and college, with a variety of technologies, such as the Super Cricket, Lego Mindstorms, and Arduino.

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A free, non-competitive exhibition in which robotics and technology enthusiasts can show off their creations.

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CS4HS (Computer Science for High School) is an initiative sponsored by Google to promote computer science and computational thinking in the high school and middle school curriculum.

July 24, 25 & 26, 2013

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We have developed a web app to allow users of MIT App Inventor to share their projects.

The project has two major components: A web app where users can upload, share, tag, browse, search, and download each others’ projects, and a “Mobile Gallery” that runs on an Android device (modeled after the Market), where users can browse the site and download and install project APKs.

This work is funded by two grants from Google beginning in January 2011, and is a collaborative endeavor with the University of San Francisco, Wellesley College, and MIT.

Learn more about App Inventor at