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Computer Science Posters

UPDATE 22/01/2018 – All download links should now be working. Sorry for any previous issues.

To help students understand some of the concepts of computer science, here are a few posters that you may want to put up on your wall displays. I try to make understanding some of the concepts easy for Python Learners.

If you like these, please share and link back to this site.

more coming soon!

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    1. Thank you for highlighting the issue.
      I have tested it and I can’t figure out why this is.
      If you add .PDF to the name of the file it works.
      I have now made it a PNG image file

  1. These posters are ideal for explaining abstract concepts to young people. Thank you for this excellent resource.

  2. Hello, some of the pictures when downloaded can’t be read. the words are riding on themselves.
    while loops
    comparative operators
    if statements
    These four are downloaded wrong.
    Please is it possible to receive them in email ?
    my email is naderfarhat@hotmail.com.
    Otherwise, there are very nice.

    1. Hi all,

      Thank you for pointing out the error in the posters. I have now corrected and updated the download links. I hope they are useful for your classrooms.

  3. Hi !

    I like what you are doing, I tried to download them but on my Adobe XI, the sentences are not well displayed and it is unreadable! 🙁

    Could you please check it?



  4. I can’t get the functions poster to download it tells me Forbidden

    You don’t have permission to access /wp-content/uploads/dlm_uploads/2014/01/Python-FunctionsNumber-Machines.pdf on this server.

    Can you let me know when you sort it? or would it be possible to e-mail it to me?

  5. Hi,

    These look brilliant. Great work!

    I’m getting 403 forbidden errors on all the local links. ForLoops and Variables work fine, as they points to adify.


  6. Hi,

    I see you fixed most of the links, thanks :). The one containing Lists is still linking to a PDF that is unreadable (the text lines are all on top of each other).


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