INTEL

Back in 1968, two scientists, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, founded Intel with a vision for semiconductor memory products. By 1971, they had introduced the world’s first microprocessor. Since then, Intel has established a heritage of innovation that continues to expand the reach and promise of computing while advancing the ways people work and live worldwide. 
www.intel.com
http://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/company-overview/company-facts.html


Learning contents offered: 

a. Teaching Material for Academia

Overview: www.intel.com/education
Access: www.intel.com/education/elements
Access prerequisite: n/a
Keywords: teacher professional development, constructivism, in-service training, pedagogy, teaching methods, project based learning, inquiry based learning.
 

b.Training for Everyone

Overview:  http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/do-it-yourself/getting-started-with-galileo-video.html
Examples: https://www.hackster.io/intel-galileo
Galileo community page: https://communities.intel.com/community/makers/galileo
Edison community page: https://communities.intel.com/community/makers/edison
Access Prerequisite:  n/a
Keywords:  Galileo, Edison,  Programming, Makers, Robotics, Prototypes, prototyping, Internet of Things


Job profiles required: 

Roles: www.intel.com/jobs

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For further information please contact: 

  Jonathan Murray
Director of Operations
jonathan.murray@digitaleurope.org    
    

  

 

Francesca Falco
Project Manager
francesca.falco@digitaleurope.org
   

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