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The micro:bit features 25 programmable LEDs, a light sensor, two buttons, an accelerometer, a thermometer, a compass, 25 external ports and communication works via radio, bluetooth or USB.   (photo: microbit.org)

2018.04.17 | CCT

Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) launches ultra:bit

65000 Danish fourth graders will receive a micro:bit The national Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) has launched a new project involving 65000 Danish fourth graders will focus on working with creativity and teknologi. The School of Communication and Culture at Aarhus University is one of the many organizations that are involved in the project,…

2018.03.05 | CCT

Ole Sejer Iversen in Deadline on DR

Ole Sejer Iversen was invited the Danish tv-show Deadline together with Jesper Balslev. During the discussion they touch upon whether the heavy investments in IT (in K9 education) has been productive for children’s learning. In the debate, Ole points out that it is important to distinguish between IT supported learning and Computational…

2018.02.22 | CCT

Upcoming lectures and activities related to Computational Thinking and Design

During March and April there is a number of lectures and activities that relate to CCTD. The list below will be update when further details are available Guest lecture by Nick Montfort | 22 Mar 2018 (Thur) 15.00-17.00, venue Building 5008-138 Abstract: One of the problems that is acute in the digital humanities but also noticeable in many…