EMC Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge
This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX Robotics Competition, VEX U, or VEX IQ Challenge team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. In short, build a website that tells the world how great youth robotics is and how special your program is. You are encouraged to promote all the STEM activities in which your robotics program participates (VRC, BEST, Botball, FIRST, TSA, PLTW, SKILLS USA, SKILLS Canada, underwater robotics, workshops, camps, math competitions, bridge building, solar-powered cars, etc.)
CMAss Robotics Team, established in 2008, is formed by CMA Secondary School from Hong Kong. We are dedicated to fostering a passion for STEM concepts (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) through participating in annual locally and internationally recognized robotics competition each year.
Team 7800 (Mechanical Magpies) is a high-school robotics team from St. Colman's Community College. We designed this web site this year using Word Press. We used the Quintis theme and designed it from scratch so it would look exactly like we envisioned our site to look like. We give students opportunities to experience real-world engineering through competitive robotics and work to spread appreciation of STEM in our community. This is our submission for the EMC Corporation® Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge.
In the website you will find our social media, schedule, team info on all our members and mentors, our team story from each year, and finally our downloadable programming guide for beginners, and RADMAPs Scouting application.
Team 1509 Rmageddon Club Website is at:
This is the Nighthawk Robotic Club's team website. Our website functions as a central point for all of our activities while maintaining an archive of our past events. It stands to communicate with the outside community the main message that STEM provides more opportunities for individuals to build upon themselves than any other subject.
This is the "Hereford Zone Robotics" web page with information about the happenings in the club provided by students in the robotics program.
NYIT is a VEX U team that has been participating in the VEX competition for the past 6 years. Since Clean Sweep, our team has strived for greater accomplishments and we have helped local high schools in our area as well. This website documents our teams goals, our approach to VEX and other projects, as well as other events we have done over the years.
We decided to have our new members design the website so that they could learn about web design and VEX Robotics simultaneously; pages are under construction.
Team 687Z is one of the high school's robotics team for VEX. This team resides from Carson, California.
Our team is active in teaching students the basic principals of the design process and allowing them an opportunity to apply those engineering principals by way of developing their own robot. We are involved in several outreach programs where we mentor both middle school and international students as well as expose the world of robotics to our fellow peers and local students. We hope you look forward to visiting our site. Thank you.
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9090 T-VEX's website was designed to further the public's knowledge about the VEX program and our VEX team. Our program strives to not only be succesful in the VEX competition, but also to reach out to the community and educate them about VEX. We want to allow kids who have interests in the STEM field to have a head start with their future.
Entering our second VEX Robotics season, this is the first website for our robotics team. Established in 2014, our team has come a very long way since our inception. This year, we have focused our attention on creating three premier robots, each with their own unique designs and abilities. Our new site features details regarding all our robots, recently earned awards, won competitions, as well as key information about our school and the team. It also features many high-resolution photos of our robots, highlighting many of the key aspects of each machine. Our...
Mary Our Queen Robotics (985) is a Middle School robotics team from Omaha, NE. Our mission is to ignite passion for science, technology, engineering and math. Our website was designed with Word Press with the default theme. We updated the background and added our school logo.
We have started to use the site to help our friends and family keep track of our season. The site will also allow us to better recruit new members.
The 3946A website describes the Kent Denver Robotics team, details how it functions, and shows our progress - we exemplify our story here. Our successes and failures are represented with descriptions of each robot in the 3946 family. Our team believes that organized and efficient documentation is an important team value - and for the first time, we have decided to share our documentation with the VEX community. Also on the website are resources and getting-started help for new team members. The website is designed with ease of use in mind. It is simple, informative and encompasses our...
We are Team 8390, an all-girls VEX team. Our team was established in January 2015, making this our first full season of competition. The team name, R2G2, represents what we like to build: robots and rockets, and who we are: girls at a school whose mascot is a gryphon. Our website highlights the events in which we have participated, our accomplishments, and what VEX robotics is all about.
This is the website for the Auckland University Robotics Assosciation (AURA).
A hub for the latest public news from our club, our website is also used as a place for people to find all of our educational material for teams at all levels. Through our website we showcase some of our robots, cover all the informaion people need to know about VEX and AURA, and thank our sponsors. Our website also serves as a place where people can contact us for information and help, and join our club.
Alongside our public website, we also have a private Wiki for members, a place for us to...
The website was coded by Sam Barbee of 60X over the holiday break in 2015. The website uses data from the VexDB API to keep team information updated. The site runs off of custom jQuery plugins and CSS. The site was completely coded by hand over the course of about 3 weeks. The website is also open source, availble on Github, to allow other teams with websites and teams looking to create one with a learning opportuinity to compare and contrast code.
The Hawaiian Kids from Waialua present their official website! Meet our sponsors, teachers and mentors. On our easy-to-use website you can find out about our program. From recent outreaches to competitions, read and see team photos!
We created the site because we found that there was no good all-in-one source for teams to find information about building robots. We're trying to consolidate all the useful information from various blogs, forums, and other sources into one website. This website is moderated by BNS but its wiki format allows anyone to contribute and share ideas.
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EMC Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge
This is a website for my vex team. I had help setting the website up, and my team and I plan on adding content and updating it regularly. This is the first time my team has had a website and it will allow us to show what we have been doing. It will also help raise awareness about robotics and what we do in our team (we made a video about this). We made the website...
This is the entry of Team Annandale for EMC Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge.
The website is created by the students of Team Annandale 8848A who has been and is participating in robotics challenges, such as VEX Robotics, BotBall, TSA, etc.
Our website is friggingly discriptive and was dedicated by Team Annandale, proudly presents our team members, who has been conducting their passions , distinguishly intellective skills for creating robots. Each fragment of our...
Oakbrook Varsity Robotics Teams 8926, Combined IQ, and 8926B, Prodigy, invite you to view our team website. This website introduces both of our teams and outlines the method by which veteran team members individually mentor each new team member, training them in a specific area of expertise. Our rookie team, Prodigy, was so well-prepared that they won TOURNAMENT CHAMPION at their very first competition! We hope to continue to build our program each year, exposing more students to the exciting fields of science and technology through...