The development of the Digital Citizenship Community 21 programme and toolbox is going well. We are busily drawing together all of the material and fantastic output from the young people both at the summer school that we ran in August and the subsequent course module as part of the undergraduate programme in the School of Art, Design and Media. more >
We ran an Open Data workshop in Bristol yesterday. The day was kindly hosted by the Pervasive Media Studio in Watershed with attendees from Environment Agency, Apache Foundation, ODI as well as local charities from England and Wales. Thanks to the people who attended for the stimulating discussions. more >
Street! was successfully launched at The Times Cheltenham Literature Fesival 2013 on 11 October. We welcomed Nominet Trust and IBM to the launch at The Queens Hotel along with other guests and some of Endeavour's young people who will make use of the programme.
The launch provided a demonstration of the software and allowed guests to try it out for themselves! Endeavour also showcased the accompanying website for STREET! where young people can access the fantastic comic strips, chat in a forum and, crucially, access the Reading Companion software.
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Go ON Gold, our major national campaign to raise awareness of the barriers faced by people with disabilities in accessing computers, the internet and the digital age, is coming to its formal end.
Funded generously by Nominet Trust for 18 months, our funding period came to an end on 30 August and we are now winding down our activities - which have included making videos, collating resources online for all relevant audiences and building a big partnership network to promote the campaign.