The initial grant came form the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (“EPSRC”) entitled “Digital Economy Communities and Culture
Mental health is a serious issue that doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, especially when it comes to young people. It is still considered a taboo subject for many and as a result people are reluctant to talk to people when they feel they are suffering and search for
bITjAM have been commissioned to develop a large screen interactive heritage map for heritage and public engagement specialists Letting in the Light as part of “Castle Uncovered” a heritage project mapping the 20th Century history of Newcastle under Lyme. The project is supported by Heritage lottery and Newcastle-Under-Lyme
Today we begin our work on exploring the potential use of Massive Online Open Courses (Moocs) in reducing the skills deficit both here in the UK as well as across the EU.
We are working with EU partners including Universities and private sector organisations from Spain, Greece and Slovenia supported
We have been commissioned to be the technology lead on a project aiming to build a link between technology and reducing food poverty. The project involves working in partnership with Keele University and the New Vic Theatre and Foodbanks in and around North Staffordshire.
The project will see
Digital skills for jobs
The rise of technologies such as mobile telephones, gaming consoles and social media in the last decade has meant that this generation of young people have grown with the changes and developments in technology, with the majority interacting with social media and other technologies on an
bITjAM is teaming up with Staffordshire University and University of Barcelona by building a toolkit for the ‘Residency’ project.
‘Residency’ is a 2 year project funded by the EU that aims to explore the use of the artist residency model to help develop vocational opportunities for artists. The project is
We are currently working with numerous clients on defining and designing digital toolkits. We are seeing an increasing demand from business professionals and academics for developers to design toolkits.
We are currently exploring the concept of digital toolkits and through a number of projects have learned a fair bit on the