The ‘Show Me The Way’ film project brought Year 10 students from Walgett all the way to Sydney where they screened their work at the Australian Museum.
Seven Indigenous leaders and entrepreneurs from around Australia were recognised as the winners of the inaugural national Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Awards 2017.
The finalists for the inaugural Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Awards have been announced, with nominees ranging from educators to app developers.
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.
From 3D printing to programming humanoid robots, young Indigenous people in six communities across Australia will take part in the 2017 IDX Flint program. Following a national application process, six … Read more here
On the banks of the Murray River on Tati Tati Country elders and young people are connecting with culture and digital technology, using a drone to map country and learn … Read more here
Recently the Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Flint team headed north to the community of Bamaga in the Northern Peninsula Area to host the final Flint workshop for 2016. Head 1000 … Read more here
From 3D printing to programming robots, young Indigenous people in five regional communities across Australia will take part in a unique digital training program. A partnership initiative between the National … Read more here