Informational Resources

 

Alberta Program Dates and Events

JFLL and FLL

FLL2014

Location: Edmonton, Alberta at the NAIT Main Campus

Date: January 17, 2015

Challenge Information:  click here

contact: Ania.Ossowska@epsb.ca

 

FTC

Location: Red Deer, Alberta

contact: Brian.Mclachlin@rdc.ab.ca

Program-Specific Information

www.usfirst.org
This is the primary site for providing an integrated presentation of FLL within the context of FIRST. Be sure to check here for curriculum, programming and building links, and information to share with sponsors.

www.firstlegoleague.org
This site provides all in-season communication such as the annual Challenge kickoff, event information, and forum discussions.

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Fundraising Resources

www.fundraising-ideas.org
Loads of fundraising ideas

www.fundraiserhelp.com
Fundraising ideas and resources.

www.stepbystepfundraising.com

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Programming and Building Advice

www.ceeo.tufts.edu
Tufts University Center for Engineering Educational Outreach (CEEO)

www.legoengineering.com

www.education.rec.ri.cmu.edu
Carnegie Mellon National Robotics Engineering Center

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LEGO Parts Resources

http://www.legoeducation.us/store/
LEGO Education Division

www.bricklink.com
Unofficial LEGO Marketplace

http://guide.lugnet.com/partsref/
Partsref: A LEGO Elements Catalog

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General Engineering & Career Resources

www.jets.org
Junior Engineering Technical Society

www.robotics.nasa.gov
Lots of links with career information for kids

www.engineergirl.org
Created by the National Academy of Engineering

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Tournament Administration

Release Form and Collection ( – 120 KB)
From time to time during FIRST LEGO League activities or events, participants will be video taped, photographed, or interviewed for possible promotions. These images or quotes may also appear on the FIRST LEGO? League website or videos. FLL Tournaments require a consent form from each team coach for all child and adult team members