Radio #EDUtalk interview on Raspberry Pi computers

I just got back from SXSW Create in Texas, and three days of talking to both young and older makers about the Raspberry Pi computer and what they can do and learn with it.

This week John Johnston invited me onto his EDUtalk radio show to talk about Raspberry Pi. John has been experimenting himself with a couple of them, and we talked about how the computer makes certain types of learning accessible to young people. We also covered the interesting link between a computer designed for children and the maker community, many of whom are adults.

You can listen to a recording of the interview here:

Radio #EDUtalk 16-03-2016 Oliver Quinlan – the Raspberry Pi Foundation

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