inspireNshare News & Media

Teach Meet Tech London 3
An inspireNshare education & technology fusion event in association with CCS Libraries and the LMN.
Find out more and register for a free fusion ticket here

The Intelligent Campus
inspireNshare co-founder Martin King in conversation with Jisc's James Clay about the "Smart" or Intelligent Campus
I argue that a smart campus does not have to be predicated on technology ... I argue for a design approach rather than a systems approach.

The philosophy, business & culture advantages of using the cloud
inspireNshare co-founder Martin King in conversation with Computing News editorial director Stuart Sumner
about how using the cloud can facilitate doing good things rather than just tech things

InspireNshare CCS Libraries Youthzone Sessions at Mozfest 2016
Croydon library code club children will help us re-imagine libraries and their role in the 21st century.

inspireNshare  CCS Libraries  Crafts Council  Make:Shift:Do Event (29/09/2016)
Learn : Experience : Make  virtual reality and 3D printing 

inspireNshare in assoctaion with CCS libraries at venues across London with hands and heads 
on with Virtual Reality, 360 imagery and 3D Printing.

"GetReady4 3D are fast becoming the place to go for anyone to find out about 3D printing
 It's my pleasure to join the advisory board of GetReady4 3D and be involved with such young, vibrant and enthusiastic company 
at the beginning of both their journey and the beginning of the next era in 3D printing."

Thursday 17th March 2016
An inspireNshare education fusion event in association with CCS Libraries & Toshiba 
A unique TeachMeet x TechMeet combined event. 
Bringing together tech startups, students, teachers, IT people & the public to talk about Education & technology 

InspireNshare's Martin King was announced as one of the most influential professionals in the UK further education (FE) and skills sector.
"Martin's Free Education and inspireNshare projects have been instrumental in promoting technology-enhanced learning on Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus. Martin is generous with his time and knowledge, promoting colleagues' experiences of using free technology on his YouTube channel to encourage others to take up on the best ideas in digital education."