The IDX Flint program is giving remote Indigenous communities hands-on experience in using digital technology such as drones, 3D printing and coding.
This Reconciliation Week, we reflect on 80,000 years of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander innovation, and examine how this is continuing through the IDX Flint initiative.
In April 2018, the IDX Flint team travelled to Roebourne, WA to deliver 5 days of technology workshops to students.
The IDX Flint team has made two visits to the town of Yarrabah in Far North QLD to develop digital skills with the community.
The IDX Flint Team took their workshop to East Gippsland, where they taught participants about 3D printing, robotics and virtual reality,
When the Indigenous Digital Excellence Program came to the Clarence Valley, they gave local Aboriginal children access to ground-breaking technology.
The IDX Team took their workshop to Shepherdson College on Elcho Island, NT.
The IDX Flint team travelled west to Yawuru Country in April 2017 to deliver a series of digital making workshops with the team at Goolarri Media Enterprises and students at Cable Beach Primary School.
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