Wriggly €300,000 digital roadcaster launched
Edtech company Wriggle Learning is taking to the road with a re-purposed library bus fitted with equipment designed to help school pupils get to grips with emerging digital skills.
The Wriggle Roadcaster has been kitted out at a cost of €300,000 with technologies ranging from tablets and robotics, to drones and coding equipment.
It will travel to schools around the country, demonstrating to teachers and pupils the role technology can play in the learning process.
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