The Australian Digital Technologies Challenges have been launched by Senator Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training and Dr Michael Spence, Vice Chancellor and Principal, University of Sydney at Artarmon Public School.
The first four Australian Digital Technologies Challenges have been released! They are:
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The University of Sydney has created the Australian Computing Academy to provide the intellectual, technical, and practical leadership needed to fulfil the ambitious goals of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.
The Academy brings together an award-winning team with: