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/Why everyone should get to experience the joy of gaming, no matter their ability

Published on 25 March 2020

By Stacey Rebecca, Twitch Partner and Data Analyst Gaming was always a big part of my life, but it became a lifeline for me when […]

/How can we improve the lack of diversity in the tech and digital sector?

Published on 24 March 2020

By Tomi Adebayo aka @GadgetsBoy (IG/Twitter), former Head of Tech at UNILAD and digital content creator. The world of technology and digital is very fast-paced […]

/Challenging diversity and inclusivity through digital journalism

Published on 20 March 2020

By Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Head of Editorial at gal-dem magazine My journey into journalism started from humble beginnings with badly written blog posts about my life […]

/The Institute of Coding 2020 Conference – Inspiring the Next Generation into Digital

Published on 19 March 2020

By Jay-Ann Lopez, Founder of Black Girl Gamers A few weeks ago, I had the chance to attend day one of the Institute of Coding […]

/Learn best-practice strategies for working from home

Published on 9 March 2020

Remote working is becoming more popular around the UK. In this blog, we outline how our free course on remote working, which was developed with […]

/Manchester Metropolitan University wins AAC award for Digital Apprenticeship of the Year

Published on 4 March 2020

The apprenticeship unit at Manchester Metropolitan University was awarded the AAC award for Digital Apprenticeship Provider of the Year, at the Annual Apprenticeship Awards 2020 […]

/IMAI Formative Stakeholder meeting

Published on 4 March 2020

As part of the ongoing project to bridge the digital skills gap in the UK and boost the quality of postgraduate students joining the AI […]

/Joining the dots to fill the UK’s digital skills gap

Published on 19 February 2020

In an age of ongoing technological disruption, employers increasingly view them as a necessity, with at least 82 per cent of online advertised job openings […]

/My Life in Digital

Published on 10 February 2020

By Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Head of Editorial at gal-dem magazine “There are so many young people with an interest and talent for digital, so being able […]

/Learn to code this February at Northumbria University

Published on 6 February 2020

A new Coding Club launches on Monday and will run throughout February, teaching coding skills to Northumbria University final year and Masters students from all […]

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