micro:bits for loan feedback

Closes 28 Feb 2018

Opened 30 Oct 2017

Overview

The BBC micro:bit is a mini computer that you can code, customise and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life. With Bluetooth functionality it’s designed to be quick and easy to get started – simple coding projects like lighting up its LEDs can be managed in moments with no prior knowledge of coding.

The Micro:bit Foundation is supporting East Sussex libraries by providing us with micro:bits to loan in our libraries. By making these fun little devices freely available, we hope to make coding and digital literacy accessible to our patrons, and to empower a new generation of digital pioneers.

We need your feedback on the devices - how easy they were to use, what you made or did with them and any way we can improve the lending of computing kits in the future.

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