Robotics Team Website Challenge Sponsored by Dell
This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX IQ Challenge, VEX Robotics Competition, or VEX U 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.).
We are Team 1666, Renegade Robotics, an all-girls team based in Menlo Park, California. This is our submission to the Team Website Challenge. We built our website on the premise of sharing knowledge with others. We make instructional videos, called VEX HAX, and have downloadable documents and code for other teams to use. Our coach writes an informational blog called Coach's Corner. We hope you find it useful!
Here is our website for the Dell Website Challenge, made by a few members in 2950, with members contributing with design, photography and writing. The website contains information about us as a team and VEX EDR, which is the program that we have been apart of within the school for approximately 4 years.
Riley Elwell, from team 7983S, created this website to provide instructors, students, and robotics fans with updated information about Centennial's robotics teams and the history/future of the program. It has information about our school's PLTW programs and Outreach. The website was first created by Cassidy Elwell in 2014, but is now continued by her brother (me), Riley Elwell. We have entered this competition since 2014, and every year placed in the top 10 (but never top 3). I really enjoyed learning HTML code to add to and update the website each year. I am...
In this website, we want to show you the details of our project and activities. We like to post updates and photos every week to share news from our robot, our team progress and all the fun we have while working or competing.
We use this site to show our community and friends what it is like to be in our team, and how we have made progress through the years.
Also, we want to show other girls that they can do great in robotics and other STEM areas, while having fun and learning a lot of interesting things and abilities.
We built this site to let people know about our great Cybershockers 9000A robotics Program, keep our supporters updated and let everyone know more about our outreach activities, how to join, what we have done, who we are, where we are, and what we plan to do in the future. We love robotics and are always looking for kids to join us to make us even better!