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Certification Levels: Program completion, Wolfram Technology Certified Level I
Wolfram Study Groups are fun, directed, incremental learning resources. Designed especially for students, they are also a great opportunity for educators and parents looking for quality resources, or anyone interested in learning new skills. Sessions run daily, Monday through Friday. A study group facilitator guides each session by sharing lesson videos, polling the group to review key concepts and introducing mini projects, with Wolfram support engineers online to answer questions. A certificate of program completion will be awarded to participants who attend online sessions and pass quizzes. Wolfram Technology Certified Level I will be awarded to participants who successfully complete assigned problems. Reserve your spot today and receive reminders for upcoming study group times.

Catch Up With Study Group

Join any session 15 minutes early for help getting started, and catch up on any missed sessions by viewing recorded study group sessions or going to the interactive course An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language.

Schedule

Course Title Date & Time Location Cost   
Study Group Title: Wolfram Language Introduction April 6–May 1
12–1pm EDT; 5–6pm GMT
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Study Group Title: Wolfram Language Programming Fundamentals May 4–29
12–1pm EDT; 5–6pm GMT
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EDT is US Eastern Daylight Time, UTC/GMT -4 hours (New York)
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FAQ

Who are Wolfram Study Groups for?

Wolfram Study Groups are for high-school and college students, parents and educators looking for supplemental educational resources, or anyone interested in learning new skills.

Do I need to already know how to use the Wolfram Language?

Not at all. The study groups start with the basics, and newcomers can join any session 15 minutes early for some extra help. Recordings from earlier sessions are available for review or for catching up.

What do I need in order to participate?

A computer, a reliable internet connection and the willingness to learn and participate in an online group setting. Participants are encouraged to have access to Mathematica or Wolfram One.

Is there a fee to participate?

No! Wolfram Study Groups are a completely free resource, including free access to Wolfram Cloud.

What will I come away with from the study group?

You'll learn practical knowledge about programming in the Wolfram Language and build skills in how to find answers to your questions, enabling you to continue your learning adventure long after the study groups end. A certificate of program completion will be awarded to participants who attend online sessions and pass auto-graded online quizzes. Wolfram Technology Certified Level I will be awarded to participants who successfully complete assigned problems.

What if I need to miss a session?

You can join any session 15 minutes before the start time to get extra help and ask questions about topics covered at earlier sessions. You can catch up on any missed sessions by viewing recorded study group sessions or going to the interactive course An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language. Extra review time is scheduled every Friday.

What will I learn?

Working with Wolfram Technology will encourage you to think computationally—how to leverage the power of computing technology and foundational programming—and not just for mathematics or computer science classes! The ideas and concepts you will learn are useful across subjects and curricula. Topics include creativity with different data types (graphics, color generation, audio and images); abstraction of foundational programming concepts (lists, visualization, maps and functions); working with real-world data; importing, exporting and visualizing data; machine Learning; image processing and creating applications and websites.

How does certification work?

Multiple-choice auto-graded quizzes will be posted in the cloud for study group participants. Pass all the quizzes to earn a certificate of program completion. Wolfram Technology Certified Level I will be awarded to participants who demonstrate their proficiency in using the Wolfram Language by completing auto-graded exercises. Each qualified participant will receive a personalized Wolfram certificate.

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