Micro:bit Club

micro:bit Club

What it is

The BBC micro:bit is a micro-computer that uses drag and drop programming to help students create innovative projects. The micro:bit club at Dixie State University meets for three five-week sessions each year at the Atwood Innovation Plaza Makerspace.

What We Do

Micro:bit Club gives students an introduction to physical computing. Students experiment with programming and design, using the tools available at the makerspace.

How to Participate

Registration coming soon for the Fall 2019 session. The cost is $50 for new members, $25 for returning members. The price includes a micro:bit kit and project materials.


Contact STEM@dixie.edu for more information.