Visit of Rotary Clubs from Wisconsin, the largest donors of the project

September 4, 2023

Today, on September 4th, Rotarians from several Rotary clubs and districts from Wisconsin paid us a visit.

For our partners, we organized a visit to Eugen Kumičić Elementary School in Velika Gorica and to Dalija Kager, a computer science teacher and ambassador of this project, who will be conducting workshops for other school staff on the use of micro:bits in their work.

These Rotary clubs and districts are the biggest donors of the Digital Literacy Revolution project and were very interested in getting to know the project and the activities they have supported. They include Rotary International District 6250, Rotary Club of Madison, Rotary Club Crosse, Rotary Club Waunakee, Rotary Club Beloit, Rotary Club Menomonie, and Rotary Club Fort Atkinson.

Students demonstrated to them how they use micro:bits and accessories in their work and what they can create with these technologies.

Check out the photos from the visit:

“The Digital Literacy Revolution” is a project of the Rotary Club Zagreb Centar in partnership with the Institute for Youth Development and Innovation – IRIM and the Ministry of Science and Education, with the support of The Rotary Foundation, Rotary District 1913, and 35 Rotary clubs and districts from Croatia and abroad (USA, Japan, Taiwan, Brazil, and the Netherlands). The project is valued at nearly 390,000 USD and is supported and sponsored by leading Croatian ICT companies.

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