This June 2019 we farewell Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Manager Delilah MacGillivray as she begins a new chapter in her career.
NCIE’s Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) team visited Bwgcolman Community School in Palm Island, QLD for a week of workshops in drones, VR, robotics and more.
Dhimurru Rangers in north east Arnhem Land are looking to the sky to monitor land and wildlife alongside Yolngu young people, thanks to specialised tech training provided by the Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Flint program.
In early December, 17 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people joined the ranks of professional drone flyers, thanks to the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Initiative.
25 Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Champions from all across Australia came to the NCIE for a two-week skills development camp.
In late October, the IDX team travelled to Grafton, NSW for the final IDX Flint revisit for 2018.
The IDX Flint team recently headed to Woorabinda in Central QLD, to teach tech out on Country.
In August, a group of young leaders from South Australia attended a camp hosted by IDX at the NCIE.
The IDX team headed out to Tamworth, NSW, in June to learn about and use virtual reality, drones, 3D printing and coding.
The IDX team traveled to Murray Bridge in South Australia to deliver digital making workshops to community members.