As part of the project “Center of Programming Excellence” Lodz Politechnique published guidelines concerning accessibility as part of the law that entered into force on 4 of April 2019 requiring public bodies to create accessible websistes. Below are guidelines reporoduced verbatim in English (using Google Translate): 1. All graphic elements should be described with conciseRead more about Accessibility Guidelines in the CMI Project[…]
We’d like to invite primary and secondary schools in Poland to join us in an action to establish local after-class groups of pupils with IT interest led by teachers (classes IV – VIII). If you join our project you will secure not only funding but also professonal trainings aimed at raising your IT competences.
In April we took part in the most important legal conference devoted to information technology law in Poland. During the event hosted by the University of Opole we had an opportunity to present the idea behing fighting illegal content in cyberspace based on alternative dispute resolution mechanism. Most questions were directed to prof. Polanski whoRead more about On fighting illegal content in cyberspace[…]
We are slowly finishing recruitment of new public elementary schools to 4th edition of our “Code to the future” project under 3.2 POPC. Teachers and pupils of classes 1-3 will be taught coding skills using Lego WeDo 2.0 as well as ScratchJR and Scratch visual programming languages. Schools will be equipped with Lego bricks asRead more about Code to the future edition 4[…]
We are proud to annouce a partnership with Lodz Politechnique, 4 other technical universities as well as 2 NGOs to develop a Center of Programming Excellence, which will employ 1500 mentors to teach 12.000 kids in primary schools (classes IV-VIIII), which have domenstrated IT talents. The project is financed under activity 3.2 POPC mostly based onRead more about We are partnering with Lodz Politechnique to develop a Center of Programming Excellence[…]