How to Host a littleBits Workshop In Your Community

Hi event wranglers who want to run workshops. We 've put together this handy guide with help from the community.
Check out our How to Host a littleBits Workshop Guide and team up with other bit’sters in your community to solve a design challenge.

This is work in progress so we are looking for your feedback. Did you find these guides useful? How would you improve them? Let us know in the comments and remix them to make them your own.

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You had published a workshop guide in 2014 - we are planning to use this as well as the web maker guide you posted.

@chloeatplay, Did you make any updates to the 2014 guide? Thank you.

Hi there @ssreekak apologies for only getting to you now! No updated, but those webmaker ones are the best guides!

Hi, I am a volunteer for this nonprofit organization, CoolTechGirls in Columbus, OH, which promotes educating and encouraging girls to become interested in STEM. We are thinking of hosting an event for a littlebits workshop and I was wondering where I could find local experts on littlebits devices who can volunteer to teach the girls how to use them and run a project. Also, is there a way that this company could donate their kits to our organization?

Hi @Chandana_8536, what a great organization to volunteer for! Sadly, at this time, we do not have any Chapters in Ohio yet who could help you with hosting this workshop. I’ll be sure to let you know when something opens up!

In the interim, there are a number of resources online to help YOU host the event:
https://chloe-littlebits.makes.org/thimble/LTEzMjg3NDIxNDQ=/how-to-host-a-littlebits-meetup
https://chloe-littlebits.makes.org/thimble/MTg5MjgxMTAwOA==/how-to-host-a-littlebits-workshop

Let us know if you have any other questions.