There’s been a gap in these blogs. The current human incarnation of Project Eye has been a bit busy. (Project Eye is a bit like Doctor Who in that the identity of the hero is reincarnated in a different person from time to time. Unlike Doctor Who the person does not have to be male.)
Whatever your views of the 'year of code', #YoC14, I hope that we would all be united on the underlying premise: It isn’t good enough for us to create a generation of consumers of IT, we also need to create a generation that will create and extend technological possibilities.
BCS Security is running the initiative in conjunction with Get Safe Online. The aim is to link volunteers with their local communities to help educate people about the importance of keeping themselves safe online.
This June saw the first set of examinations based on the newly revised syllabuses. Steve Wallis focuses on giving some feedback on the outcomes of these exams, knowing that students who are anticipating the examinations at this December’s or June 2014 sittings will be keen for any further guidance on the challenge that they face.
Dr Philip Talbot, ACMA, CGMA, MIMIS, Senior Academic in Accounting, Birmingham City Business School and Professor Michael Brown, Professor of Corporate Reputation and Strategy, Birmingham City Business School.