Picasso’s Weeping Woman winking? Why not. A new art education program at the National Gallery of the Victoria (NGV) will see primary school students using computer code to animate the
Ever wondered what would happen if you spent six full days learning about new ways to innovate? We call it a digital bootcamp and we know 40 people who can tell you all about it – in less than 140 characters. Here’s seven top-tweets from the non profit sector leaders who took part our Imaginarium for Non Profits this month.
Telstra Foundation partner ReachOut Australia has launched two new apps to help young Australians reduce anxiety and stress through their smartphones.
ReachOut WorryTime and ReachOut Breathe are free apps that enable young people to use familiar technologies to independently manage anxiety and stress.
Twenty school programs in regional Australia are set to receive $10,000 from the Telstra Kids Fund to support digital inclusion projects.
For over a decade, Telstra Kids has funded $1200 grants that make a big difference to kids’ lives. This year, as part of the Telstra Foundation’s broader digital inclusion strategy, we’ve worked with Telstra teams across regional Australia to identify a selection of schools for our larger ‘tech for good’ grants.
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