Business enterprise in education
The bITjAM work experience and hacklab programme for your school, academy or college provides something unique for your students which equips them with real world essential transversal skills.
Universities from across the EU have chosen to work with bITjAM as we provide opportunities for innovative research projects.
We’ve vastly improved our online courses and the way we use digital technology in our work. You achieved all of the objectives and targets set out in the brief. Thank you bITjAM.
Moving from dense data to meaningful, accessible knowledge is often one of the biggest challenges in research projects. bITjAM’s ideas and technical abilities mean that data can be represented in new and insightful ways. From qualitative to quantitative data sets, bITjAM can represent data through fantastic visuals whilst communicating core findings of the data being shown.
bITjam have been fantastic to work with; full of ideas and technical expertise; finding solutions and trying new things to get the best possible result. We are really pleased with the suite of iBook ‘digital guidebooks’ they have developed for us as part of our offer to visitors at Newman Brothers Coffin Works in Birmingham. They have a flexible, adaptable approach, are full of fun and enthusiasm and I would be pleased to work with them again
I’m delighted to see the bITjAM Innovation Qube being launched in Stoke-on-Trent. It offers a great opportunity for young people who are interested in technology and design the chance to exchange ideas and experiences, use cutting-edge technologies – like 3D printers and virtual reality sets – and learn how to turn their interests and hobbies into productive, useful projects.
This looks like a really exciting initiative. The guys at bITjAM are pioneering innovation and creativity. That’s what’s demanded of our rapidly changing economy. It’s great that they’re reaching out to young people offering them support to develop the skills that they need for their future careers.
It’s fun. It’s also been really helpful and taught me how to use things like circuits.
This is a genuine materials science question and a long way from the tradition of teaching STEM using egg boxes and straws!
Their infectious energy inspires the people they work with to explore new ideas and new social technologies.
Both Ben and Carl are so full of forward thinking ideas, their enthusiasm is infectious.
The pupils have taken to the hacklab brilliantly. We want children to question technology and think deeply about the future of ICT. We want them to recognise that the pace of technological change is incredible and that they can be part of that.