Over the last few years programming and control have been gaining more and more interest from the wider teaching community. Me? I've always loved it! It was the best part about the old ICT curriculum.
Nesta Holding
Monday, 21 October 2013
MAKER Bridge was a series of webinars which brought together "initiatives, experiences, academic understanding and practitioner expertise in the field of digital making." Conceived and hosted by Dr Julian Sefton-Green (research fellow at the London School of Economics) and Professor Kylie Peppler (Assistant Professor at the University of Indiana), the series was also supported by our Make Things Do Stuff partners, the Nominet Trust. Perhaps most importantly, MAKER Bridge represents a first gathering of two distinct initiatives supporting making and learning - UK-based Make Things Do Stuff and US-focused Make-to-Learn.
Kathleen Stokes
Thursday, 4 July 2013
Make Things Do Stuff Launch

Make Things Do Stuff launch

Make Things Do Stuff

While the Scotland blog has been quiet for a couple of months, the Scotland team has been a hive of activity organising and hosting four One Day Digital events across Scotland.
Morbhen Rattray
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
One Day Digital events

One Day Digital Events Feedback

Technocamps CS-Animated

Funded projects: Technocamps