Supporting CS Teachers with Intensive, On-Going Support and Resources

Computer Science Resource Database

The LTC supports Illinois K-12 schools and educators as they strive to grow their own CS curriculum and comply with forthcoming state-level mandates. This digital resource library can help accomplish both goals by providing access to vetted CS resources geared toward a variety of grade levels, content areas, and use cases.

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AAUW Cybersecurity

When it comes to the STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math – research shows one of the best ways to engage students is with hands-on learning. This type of learning encourages interaction and exploration, which

ArtsComputer Systems & NetworksProgramming


Computer ScienceComputer Systems & NetworksEthicsProgrammingRobotics

American Society for Cybernetics

The American Society for Cybernetics was founded in 1964 in Washington, DC to encourage new developments in cybernetics as an inter-/trans-/meta-disciplinary field. Ever since, it has remained at the forefront of cybernetic thinking and doing.

Computer ScienceComputer Systems & Networks

Anita Borg Institute

Computer Systems & Networks

Association for Women in Computing

Computer Systems & Networks

AWS Educate

Computer Systems & Networks

BBC Bitesize

CollaborationCommunicationDigital Citizenship

Be Internet Awesome

Google’s Be Internet Awesome is a multifaceted program that includes a fun and free web-based game called Interland and an educational curriculum to teach kids how to be safe and responsible explorers of the online

Computer ScienceComputer Systems & Networks

Beauty and Joy of Computing

Sarah Phelps
Sarah Phelps
Program Manager, Computer Science and STEM, Learning Technology Center

Sarah leads computer science and STEM initiatives, manages partnerships with state and national organizations, and elevates the LTC’s role as a thought leader in the K-12 computer science space.