- The Hackday happened onMay 18th, 2012Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for your hacks!
- next Hack to the Future: Guardian Blog guardian.co.uk/teacher-networ… 3 years ago
- Write-up in the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom lotc.org.uk/2013/03/clotc-… 3 years ago
- Just had a very interesting seminar - apps for engagement with @communicate2012 4 years ago
- Doing a talk at the Bristol communicate conference next week - a quick run down of the hack day! ow.ly/1OZfc8 4 years ago
What is the FSC Hackday?On the 18th, 19th and 20th of May 2012 Slapton Ley FSC centre will host scientists, educators, designers and developers working together to prototype new digital learning tools for outdoor education using open data, web and mobile tech. There will be lots for everyone to learn, and (we hope) some amazing inventions. Join us. Click above to apply for a place.
Category Archives: planning
We knew that a lot of our friends and colleagues wouldn’t be able to join us all the way out in Devon, but we also know that we need to show you our amazing results in order to make the … Continue reading
So, lots of attendees are driving down so we’ve prepared this handy little map to show you where in the village you can park. There’s space for a dozen cars or so on site, so after you’ve unpacked your gubbins, … Continue reading
We’ve noticed a couple of tweets about along the lines of ‘Gosh really excited but not really sure what to expect’, so we felt it best to give you all a top level outline of what we anticipate the weekend … Continue reading
So the other week we met up at the Mozspace, and Brendan shot and very quickly edited a short film about what we are up to featuring yours truely, Harriet of the FSC, and Patrick of the BGS talking about … Continue reading
The blog navigation now includes the Challenges option above, where we’ve started to collate these calls to innovation. As specific ideas get more fleshed out we will create individual pages for them, but for now, that’s where the challenges will … Continue reading
This is a sensible question, and one you’re quite likely to ask if you’ve not been directly involved in computer software and web development in the last five years in the UK. In a nutshell it is a space and … Continue reading