#HelloWorld Argonne National Lab
Yesterday, I was invited to speak to senior scientists at Argonne National Lab. After hearing about our #HelloWorldBootCamp for 30 middle school students, they requested me to give them a one-hour crash course on creating a website.
|Are you there camera? It’s me, Margaret.|
|An image of me presenting a slide about embedding images in websites being embedded in my website: Imageception|
|A few PhDs, an MIT undergrad and me teaching them. No biggie.|
|The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge, but imagination. – Albert Einstein
The true sign of nervousness is not filler words, but wild gesticulation. – Me
After realizing that senior scientists – even some with PhDs – needed help with technology skills as essential as building a website, I decided that I would steer my National Honor Society’s project towards helping senior citizens with technology.