Susan Buck

Susan Buck

Coding in the Digital Classroom: Tools and Strategies for Teaching Code Online

Garden Street: Upstairs

“Everyone should learn to code!” This is a popular refrain we’re seeing globally, even reaching as far as presidentially promoted initiatives like the Hour of Code. Education in computer programming is a hot commodity everywhere from traditional university programs to self-paced online tutorials. Simultaneously, the Internet and related digital technologies are at the center of how […]


Susan Buck is a programmer, designer, and educator with over 15 years of web development experience, starting with her education in digital media at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunication Program and UNC Asheville’s Multimedia Arts and Sciences program.

Currently, Susan is a lab instructor in Computer Science at Wellesley College and also teaches Dynamic Web Applications at the Harvard Extension School.

Susan co-founded the Women’s Coding Collective (, which aims to cultivate supportive, no-stupid-questions environments where women can learn, build, and code together.