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at Buckingham Palace The Duke of York and Nominet Trust launched iDEA – a new inspiring Digital Enterprise Award scheme that will support young people to gain the critical digital and entrepreneurial skills they need to set up and run their own business venture. - See more at: http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/news-events/news/inspiring-new-generation... 16th and 17th May three Nominet Trust funded projects showcased their ‘Powerful online tools’ at the UnLtd Living It festival. The festival held at Google Campus focused on sharing knowledge of social entrepreneurship. more >
Lord Jim Knight and Bill Liao will become new Trustees of the charity, while Charles Leadbeater will be stepping up from his position of Trustee to Chair of the Board.
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The new computing curriculum alone won’t deliver necessary digital skills young people need. New State of the Art review by Julian Sefton-Green suggests parents, teachers and business leaders all have a role to play. more >


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offers early-stage investment to entrepreneurs who are looking to develop new ventures using digital technology for social impact. - See more at: http://www.nominettrust.org.uk/how-to-apply/our-investment-programmes-0#sthash.ip5r6GXC.dpuf

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Publisher of 3D printing resources rolls out new hands-on CPD sessions, learning guides and lesson plans for teachers.. A unique set of resources designed to help teachers get to grips with 3D printing technology has been launched today at the BETT 2015 education show by I Can Make, an independent educational publisher based in the UK. The materials, which include downloadable lesson plans, teaching guides, CPD courses and 3D printable model kits, are designed to provide KS 1&2 teachers with the confidence to introduce their pupils to 3D printing, and to provide practical ways for them to make the subject fun and engaging in the classroom. more >