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Our Remote Learning Lab (RLL) provides high school students and teachers anywhere in VN with access to CODE's educational robots, learning activities and teaching resources. In 2021, RLL was used by over 80 teachers and 160 students. CODE is now training a national network of STEM teachers to integrate RLL within their own classes and clubs. Contact us if your school wants to use RLL.
The big shift to online education and entertainment caused by pandemic restrictions means that many more young people around the world are spending more time online, especially through online schooling.
To help students across Vietnam better protect themselves from online risks like phishing, the RMIT Centre of Digital Excellence (CODE) has launched a range of cybersafety games and activities which simulate real-life situations. These activities encourage students to practice simple personal cybersafety such as using strong passwords, and avoiding unsecure public wi-fi networks.
Giải đấu bóng đá trực tuyến cùng robot
With CODE's online Remote Learning Lab, you can fulfil your passion for robotics and coding.
Our program is designed for 100% online self-study and includes a range of robotics and coding challenges to help you develop your skill and knowledge.
You can practice how to code our robots from anywhere - all you need is a computer and internet connection.
The ambition of ‘digital transformation’ is to use data to change everything about how the enterprise interacts with its ecosystem of staff, customers and suppliers.
Co-authored by CODE and RMIT School of Business & Management, this working paper is based on findings from surveys, interviews and focus groups conducted between 2019-20 with middle- to senior-level managers at state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in Vietnam (n=180). More info
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CODE is developing a whole new range of digital activities for the ‘Technology and Innovation’ minor of the RMIT Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. The minor includes four courses: Digital Innovation; Digital Entrepreneurship; Technology Futures; and Digital Risk Management and Information Security. The new minor highlights the importance of digital transformation to effective business leadership.
Our CODE4Schools program provides innovative hands-on, face-to-face workshops in coding and robotics for Vietnamese high school students and teachers. Since 2019, CODE has delivered over 80 hands-on workshops to 1,600 students from nearly 40 schools. Check out our fanpage.
RMIT Centre of Digital Excellence (CODE) and academics from the Department of Digital Innovation, RMIT School of Business & Management have co-developed an innovative set of hands-on ecommerce and analytics activies for RMIT business students.
Student teams learned to design and launch their own live ecommerce site, and review their sales performance using Google Analytics software.
Following last year's victory by Phuoc Long High School, Thu Duc City, CODE’s National Online Robotics Competition 2022 will include more high school teams - and more fun coding and robotics challenges!
Find out more about our 2022 Competition soon