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It’s a mystery!

Spend a week using your imagination and exploring the world of writing and solving mysteries. Learn from professional writers and educators how to use computer-based software to help you write, edit, and publish your own digital mystery. You will get started by searching for clues, examining records, and obtaining key interview reports. At the end of the week, take home your own mystery to share with your family and friends.

Camp Information

Camp Day: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Fees: $200 per child
Multiple children: $175 per child
Pre- and After-camp care: daily and weekly rates available upon request
Registration information: 330-972-7152

About Camp Digi-Lit

Camp Digi-Lit is an educational summer day-camp program designed to nurture, encourage, and inspire future generations of readers, writers, learners, and thinkers. This camp is dedicated to enhancing the knowledge of literacy and technology in youth from second to eighth grade.

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Who dunnit?

This camp explores the mystery-solving and writing process from start to finish. Follow digital clues to find patterns, solve problems, and engage in daily hands-on activities as you uncover a mystery and write your own story. Learn a variety of technology and writing fundamentals from professional writers and educators. At the end of the week, take home your own mystery to share with your family and friends.

Registration Information

To register your child for Camp Digi-Lit:

  2. Complete the ONLINE PAYMENT FORM

Registration will not be complete without parent release form, medical, and registration information.

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The Center for Literacy
The University of Akron
College of Education
Central Hower Community School 305
Akron, OH  44325-4205
(330) 972-8494

Dr. Lisa Lenhart, Director

The Center for Literacy is a multidisciplinary team of educators and scholars who serve the community by promoting teaching, learning and professional development around traditional and new literacies.

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