Project RemoteMentor

Project RemoteMentor

January 2018 – December 2018

RemoteMentor is an one-year project funded by Austrian Internet Foundation NetIdee. In this project, female students between 14 to15 years used our app Pocket Code during their computing and arts lesson. During this time, they received real time online mentoring by students from TU Graz. The girls called a mentor and shared their screen with them to show their scripts and ask for advice.

From OLPC to Code’n’Stitch

Can some of you remember the “One Laptop per Child” initiative? Back in 2005 the entusiasm and optimisn in technology was greater than ever. Nicholas Negroponte co-founder of the MIT Media Lab announced the initiative and it build up a big hype. The goal was to provide technology across the

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catrobat 1.0

Catrobat 1.0

This was not an easy task, as we started Catrobat over 11 years ago we had not just to evolve ourselves as an organization constantly, based on a huge number of volunteers, but also the smartphone itself was in ongoing evolution. Their underlying operating systems and the surrounding software and

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