The Foundation for Digital Creativity is a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to remove barriers and ignite inspiration to enable everyone to bring about social good through the use of digital technologies.
As a Community Interest Company we’re advancing the education of everyone, particularly in the fields of electronics, computing and engineering to inspire future generations to create, invent and learn. Our programmes are centred around adults and children motivated by curiosity and the desire to understand how technology and engineering innovations can positively impact on issues relevant to them.
Launched in 2017, we’ve brought together our backgrounds in engineering and education to remove learning barriers and build accessible programmes to solve real world problems for more people.
Exciting news for 2019
thingQbator Manchester is delivered by The Foundation for Digital Creativity at Manchester Met University. It’s the first European university in a worldwide network of IoT (internet of things) innovation spaces funded by Cisco.
To find out more:
‘Cisco thingQbator‘ is a network of makerspaces in partner Universities where students can learn about digital technologies in a hands on environment, turn their ideas into working prototypes and in the process come up with local solutions to local problems.
Presenting at Wuthering Bytes
Read more about Wuthering Bytes from the festival website or this great write up from Laura James, compére on the Friday. And watch out for the next project on the map from Lighthouse School in Leeds, shaping learning opportunities with the new hardware sponsored by the festival.