Come along to the 21st Century Robotics Workshop with presenters Tracey King, Gavin Elliot and Nicolette Venn, to see the latest robotic technology in action with demonstrations of Ozobots, the world’s smallest smart robot and the cutting-edge NAO humanoid robot. Discover how this technology works and what social and learning benefits they can provide for your library and community members.
Tracey King, Coordinator of Collections and Services and Gavin Elliott, Digital Services Librarian for Noosa Library Service have been passionately working on our new robotics program, a first for Australian Public Libraries, which uses a humanoid NAO Robot the size of Tracey’s 4 year old child.
Nicolette Venn, State Manager QLD & NT at Digital Careers is responsible for increasing student engagement in technology focused activities and raising the profile of Information and Communication Technology related careers to students across Australia.
Don’t miss out on a good deal! Early Bird registration ends next Monday 14 September. For more information on the QPLA 2015 conference, visit the Partners in Time website