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The Scratch Community

This video highlights the ways in which you can interact with the Scratch community.

This video highlights ways to interact with the Scratch community.

There are further instructions on creating Scratch accounts for your learners on the Code Club projects site. Remember that learners should use an alias for their username, so that they can’t be identified online.

As an educator, you may also prefer to use an alias, especially if you want to use your Scratch account to tinker with ideas, and have the freedom to make mistakes anonymously. But in any event, other community members can only see the projects that you have chosen to share, and you are free to unshare projects at any time.

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