Shodor provides the computer enrichment component of the W.D. Hill Community Center
after-school program. The students from W.D. Hill are taught different concepts, including
physics, statistics, geometry, forensic science and physical science.
The classes took place every Tuesday from 4PM to 6PM for the fall semester. There were 8
students in the program, grades K-7.
As part of the Pathways to CyberInfrastructure project, in which Shodor assists with "Other
People's Workshops," classes began in the summer of 2006 and have continued through the
2006-2007 school year and into summer 2007. Shodor's workshops promote active participation in
computational science by engaging the students in math, science, and technology.