BBC Computer Literacy Project 2012
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|Successor(s)||BBC Micro Bit|
|Current status||Presumed Cancelled|
The planned BBC Computer Literacy Project 2012, inspired by the original scheme which introduced the BBC Micro in the 1980s, was being developed by BBC Learning to provide a starting place for young people and others to develop marketable skills in computing technology and program coding.
Dubbed BBC Hello World, the project had four major elements:
- Content - a series of TV and Radio programmes, plus supporting content to develop understanding of computer science, technology, and coding.
- Coding - BBC Micro 2.0, an IDE (integrated development environment) providing "the first ‘spark’" and support to learn a range of modern computer languages, applications and skills.
- Projects - designed to get young people, adults and teachers creating real products and services.
- Partnerships - The BBC will work with others who share the vision to improve understanding of computer technology and coding for all.
It appears the project was leaked ahead of time as the BBC never officially announced the Project and the website was soon taken down in 2012. No further announcements (or leaks) have been made.
- Guardian Article (Retrieved 15 February 2012)
- Digitally ready (retrieved 15 February 2012)
- Audioboo audio of Interview with the BBC's Howard Baker (Retrieved 15 February 2012)
- BBC Hello World website (Retrieved 14 February 2012) Archived February 16, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
- BBC Hello World website (Retrieved 14 February 2012) Archived March 17, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
- Edugeek (Retrieved 15 February 2012)
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