Resources: Raspberry Pi

  • Raspberry Pi Foundation – Main website for all things Raspberry Pi.
  • Raspberry Pi Help and Guides – Guides and videos for getting started with Raspberry Pi. Also guides for teachers and parents.
  • MagPi – The official Raspberry Pi magazine. Free online, or you can subscribe to the glossy print version.
  • Make Magazine Raspberry Pi – Projects, ideas, and resources for using the Raspberry Pi.
  • Raspberry Pi Education Manual – Free guide to using Raspberry Pi in the classroom. Written by a team of UK teachers from Computing at School (CAS). Includes chapters on Python, Scratch, interfacing, and more.
  • Raspberry Pi For Kids – Good project book written for kids ages 10-13 (but not dumbed down) about getting started with Raspberry Pi.
  • Adventures in Raspberry Pi – Learn to set up and program the Raspberry Pi through fun projects for ages 11 -17. A companion website has video instructions for each project.
  • Raspberry Pi User Guide – If you are using Raspberry Pis, this reference manual belongs in your classroom or makerspace. Co-authored by the inventor of the Raspberry Pi, Eben Upton. This is one of a series of Raspberry Pi reference books published by Wiley.
  • Kano Kits – Build your own Raspberry Pi based touch-screen computer.
  • Piper Computer Kit – Build your own Raspberry Pi computer and experiment with electronics.
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