Rugroom Radio Broadcasts

Our team have been working with RUGROOM, the specialist centre for learners with Asperger’s Sydrome based in City College Norwich. We designed and specified the Radio Studio (even helping to win the money to fund the build!). Here are some of the learners broadcasting after some training from our team: Some images from the latest

Rugroom Learners film 2009 Asperger's Conference

Matt from our team spent today supporting learners with Asperger’s Syndrome from RUGROOM at City College Norwich filming a conference abou Asperger’s. For this project the learners had to learn how to use the broadcast quality camera and how to record sound. Matt has had a long relationship with the RUGROOM project helping to embed

Rugroom Learners Radio Productions Begin

For the past year Matt has been working with RUGROOM at City College Norwich to build a new Radio Studio for the specific and dedicated use of learners with Asperger’s Syndrome. Matt works with learners and staff to understand how radio works, and to start the production of shows. Here are some images from some

3DGeoArt Project showcased at BAFTA – and how to make your own 3DGeoArt too!

AS (Aspergers Syndrome) students at City College Norwich were on fine form at Professor Stephen Heppell’s annual ‘Be Very Afraid’ event held at London’s BAFTA headquarters in Piccadilly on Monday 27 October 2008. Professor Heppell runs the event (now in its 5th year) to showcase the extraordinary projects involving new technologies in learning throughout the

RUGroom Launch for students with ASD at City College Norwich with Charles Clarke MP

I’ve worked on some pretty special projects around the world with Cleveratom and my previous employer, but it is hard to compare with the fun, excitement, and innovation surrounding ‘RUGroom’ at City College… City College Norwich (CCN) caters for 18,000 students from all over Norfolk and the surrounding counties, it has 1,200 staff. It is