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How can my local SME help me? - Launch of the ***NEW*** CAS Huntingdon Mixed Community Meeting (CAS Huntingdon Mixed Community ) Wednesday Sep 30, 2020 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
Organised by: Richard WishartRichard Wishart Hosted by: Online Meeting
r.wishart@stem.org.uk
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On behalf of Computing At School


CAS Huntingdon Mixed Community Meeting


Hosted by

r.wishart@stem.org.uk

At

Online Meeting

Wednesday Sep 30, 2020 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM


Launch of new CAS Community (and focus on diversity)

PROGRAMME

Time Topic
16:00 CAS Update (Wendy MacLeod)
16:10 How to use Computer Science Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
16:15 Diversity and Inclusion in Computing
16:30 What topics would you like to cover in future
16:55 Feedback Survey and Close

For further information: Richard Wishart (r.wishart@stem.org.uk)

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