ECU’s School of Science: computing and security students develop and teach these day long workshops. Each workshop has different content.
Computing workshops focuses on the principles of coding using Python language (including PyBlockly) on our specifically designed website (Makerspace.ecu.edu.au/code). We like to use BBC Micro: bits hardware and their accessories such as sensors and motors to further enhance students’ knowledge.
Cyber Security workshops typically learn the fundamentals of Cyber Security, Cisco online courses or Linux Command Lines.
Cyber Challenges – Learn how to complete Cyber Challenges and Capture the Flags competitions. Practice cyber techniques. CyberStartGo, Saburra, PicoCTF, Glacies, Google CTF, and Over The Wire challenges.
January holidays – Trybooking links attached
100 lines of code - https://www.trybooking.com/BOATA
Learn to Linux - https://www.trybooking.com/BNLXI
Cyber Security for Teaches and Adult Educators - https://www.trybooking.com/BNLXQ
Capture the Flag toolkit - https://www.trybooking.com/BOBEI
Micro: bits and Pieces
Github and Coding simple games
Cyber Challenges 101
HTML and web design
SPP Cyber Camp
When: During school time and term holidays
BYO: Water bottle and Food
Where: Building 18, Level 1 or 2 Computer Labs
Parking Buses: Groups can be dropped off at the Main Entrance Joondalup Drive at ECU’s Library Building 31. Cars: Take Lakeside Drive entrance off Joondalup Drive, turn into Deakin Drive, go over the roundabout and into Red Carpark 14 – free on the weekend.
Map: CAMPUS MAP
ECU is proud to be a member of SAGE’s Athena SWAN Australia. This initiative promotes gender equality and encourages opportunities for women in STEM.
For further information contact Dr Michelle Ellis Michelle.Ellis@ecu.edu.au
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