Studio in Scratch…..
What Is Scratch?
Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab and it is free to use. It is a block-based programming language specifically designed for ages 8 to 16 but people of any age can use it. Millions of people around the world creating Scratch projects in a wide variety of settings, including homes, schools, museums, libraries, and community centres. It is relevant to future coding techniques and is extremely reliable to use. You are able to share your programs with people all around the world, and you are able to view other people’s programs to gain ideas from them. You can share and like other games as well as remixing them. You can also make a studio/group.
What Is A Studio In Scratch?
A studio is like a club or a group in scratch. You can add your own games to a studio. A club is also very helpful to get to know what kind of projects other people like. People can also realise how many people followed a studio. Some people publish their games on this kind of group, so afterwards more people can view their projects. If there are more people viewing, then they can get more follower likes and loves.
How To Create A Studio In Scratch?
- Log into scratch. If you don’t have an account then click on this link.
2. Go to the page where you have all your projects (my stuff).
3. Afterwards, don’t click on +New Project, but you click on the button next to it.
Now you will have your own club. Here is an example of a club: The Gaming Centrer
What is the Curators Section For?
The curator section allows you to see the managers and curators of the studio. This is so these curators can look after this. You can look after a studio by reporting inappropriate comments, adding more projects and getting more followers. You can get more curators by clicking the invite curators button. This allows the group to have more people looking after it. If there are more people, there will be a greater diversity within the group.
What is the Activity Section For?
Over there, you can see what has happened in this from the start. You can see if someone has been promoted to be a curator. You can see if someone has been promoted to be a manager. You can see all the comments, and you can see when which project was added, and when it was added. If a manager kicks someone out of the studio, this section will come to use to who kicked that person out. You can see who has followed this studio.
What is the Comment Section For?
In the comment section, you can chat with someone else. You can literally chat about anything you like, but remember anyone can see what you commented. The comment section could even be used to talk about ways to improve the studio, or you can give suggestions. You could share fun stories, or if there is a reason behind making the studio, then what is the reason. You can ask to become a curator or a manager.
What is the Projects Section For?
The projects section is to enhance the variety of projects. The project makers get more view, likes, loves and follows. The more the projects, the more the followers for the studio. You can take full advantage of this section. Some clubs, allow all people to add projects, so you can feature your own project in a club. It is better to feature them in a more popular studio so that they can get more appreciation.