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Code Girls United Uses MIT App Inventor to Teach Girls Coding

When Marianne Smith was teaching computer science in 2016 at Flathead Valley Community College, in Kalispell, Mont., the adjunct professor noticed the female students in her class were severely outnumbered. Smith says she believed the disparity was because girls were not being introduced to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in elementary and middle school.


MIT App Inventor Inspires Girls with AI and Data Science at Technovation Challenge Workshop

Technovation 2024 Workshop at MIT

On March 16, 2024, after a prolonged hiatus due to the pandemic, the MIT App Inventor team had the delightful opportunity to host 24 girls participating in the Technovation Challenge 2024.


Developing Apps to Learn Quantum Computing with App Inventor

Prof. Yamamoto explore Quantum Computing with App Inventor Our long time friend and collaborator Prof. Fujio Yamamoto explores Quantum Computing with App Inventor in his new blog.


Celebrating 100 Million Projects

In February 2024, the MIT App Inventor server reached the milestone of hosting 100,000,000 projects! 🎉🎉 This milestone is a testament to the far-reaching impact of the platform, which has been translated into 20 different languages and is used in over 200 countries and regions around the world. Click 'More' to learn about App Inventor's reach.