At a glancego_girl: code+create is a project at the Department of Education, University of Oxford, run in partnership with the Oxfordshire County Council's Early Intervention Service. In line with Oxford’s targets in its Access Agreement with the Office for Fair Access, this interdisciplinary project complements existing programmes aimed at widening access to the University of Oxford, but tackles the problem in a fundamentally new way using technology. The research was originally supported by the University of Oxford IT Innovation Challenges Seed Fund and has received subsequent funding from Goldman Sachs Gives.
Category Archives: Creative coding sessions 18
Hi, it’s Ruby again, We’ve finished our last Go Girl session before the Christmas holidays yesterday. The Go Girl team gave us a Christmas card and a bag of Celebrations each. First, we had our usual check-in before we did … Continue reading
Hello everybody, it’s Ruby again. We’ve just finished our session for this week. We had sandwiches, crisps and salad for lunch. It was delicious! First, we had a check-in about what we’ve been up to and the challenges we’ve faced … Continue reading
Today was all about protecting our digital self and staying safe online, and about mastering pseudocode. It was amazing to see how daily activities – like making a Marmite sandwich – can be broken down into individual steps using statements, … Continue reading
Hello, it’s Ruby again. We’ve finished our session for this week and I had a great time. First, we had Domino’s pizza for lunch and it was delicious! Then, we had a check in about what we were up … Continue reading
Hello, my name is Ruby P. and I’m new to the Go Girl project. I’m a guest blogger for today. We’ve just finished our first session and it was fun. I got to meet all the girls who are also … Continue reading
This week we had our first 2018/19 Go_Girl session – a Meet and Greet for our new cohort of young women. Staff members had an opportunity to introduce themselves and share a bit about their personal journeys and our new … Continue reading