Anas – Digital Maker and Entrepreneur

We visited Anas at High Storrs School to chat about his journey into app development and to find out the secrets behind his success on the Google… Read more »

Raspberry Pi 2 unveiled!

With a faster processor and more memory but at a similar price, the Pi 2 is destined to become a huge hit with coders the world over…. Read more »

What could you make out of another digital product?

Calling all MLS ambassadors! As the title says, what could you make out of another digital product? If dismantling tech or reverse engineering is your… Read more »

Ambassadors Celebrate Success

Our first cohort of Make.Learn.Share Ambassadors celebrated the end of their computer science training programme by receiving their graduation certificates in front of a combined audience… Read more »

Announcement: MLS Celebration Event

A Celebration to mark the successful completion of Make:Learn:Share (Phase 1) will be held on Tuesday 23rd September 2014, 4-6pm @ The Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield,… Read more »

Harvey Morton – Words of wisdom

Harvey talks about the App he developed for Meadowhead School and also offers support and encouragement to the Make.Learn.Share Ambassadors. This video would make an excellent… Read more »

Calling All Ambassadors – ‘Festival Of The Mind’

Festival Of The Mind is a seriously exciting rolling event over two days, covering the exploration of engineered art and social science with open source… Read more »

Make.Learn.Share. – 2 Minute Video Pitch

The Make Learn Share project will use funding from NESTA to train 135 young ambassadors in digital making activities such as coding, robotics, 3D printing… Read more »

James on ‘Small Basic, Unity & Game Maker’

Q. What or who first got you interested in computing? In ICT we we’re using a program called Small Basic and I loved using it… Read more »

Annija ‘Digital Maker’

  We invited Annija to tell us about her involvement in digital making. Here’s what she said… Q. What first got you interested in computing?… Read more »