Cogs2Computers, our 2020/2021 project, is designed to support and bring the Red2Green community, the local schools and the public together to learn the history of computers, to enjoy interacting with one another and to learn something new.
The participants for the project include people with autism, people with profound learning disabilities, primary school children, secondary school children and people from the local and surrounding communities.
The end of the project will see us coming together (either virtually or in person) to celebrate and showcase everything we have learned during the year. We have already sent details of this web page to NASA’s Mars 2020 Rover which is due to land on the red planet in 2021. This legacy of the project could allow future archaeologists to discover and learn all about Cogs2Computers.
**We are currently looking for older members of these communities. Please get in contact with us to join in!** (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
We look forward to bringing the community together to explore the history of computers through shared learning and fun. Key dates: Steering Committee Meeting: 3rd week in February - date TBC
Please come back to the page as we update with bi-weekly activities and updates.
The learners at Red2Green, Swaffham Bulbeck Primary School and The Museum Of Computing Technology all came together, virtually, in December to explore and celebrate computer programming.