Inclusion. The digital advice services for families will resolve doubts relating to online connections with schools and help people get to grips with learning tools.
City Council. The campus will open in the second half of 2021 with 1,622 square metres of floor space and a capacity for 600 students.
COVID-19. Children in their sixth year of primary school or first year of secondary school will get priority.
Science. The STEAM-Fòrum imbues 2,000 baccalaureate and fourth-year secondary school pupils with a passion for science, through fifteen recreational and surprising experiments.
Smart City. A series of free activities have been organised by libraries and civic centres as part of the “Gameplay” exhibition, to invite reflection on the world of video games and its influence on our society.
Smart City. The Digital skills map that will define the Cibernàrium ICT training itineraries and the new structure of the ACTIC accreditation were the two new developments presented at the first Digital Skills Conference.
Culture. The Creatibi Robotics section broadens the range of educational activities at the park.
Culture and free time. The big research and innovation gathering is back again this year with 200 free activities for people of all ages.
Technology and inclusion. STEAM Barcelona aims to foster scientific and technological vocations among children and young people, and is addressed at the entire educational community. 25 Barcelona educational centres are taking part...
The new commissioner, Michael Donaldson Carbón, is part of the third Deputy Mayor’s Office for the 2030 Agenda, Digital Transformation, Sports and Territorial and Metropolitan Coordination, led by Laia Bonet.