Organisers of TEDxExeter, the South West's leading ideas festival, have announced that talks from its 2019 event have been launched for online viewing at www.tedxexeter.com
The eighth TEDxExeter Ideas Festival took place on Friday April 5th 2019 at the Northcott Theatre. The talks were livestreamed to audiences across the city, as well as by communities in all corners of the world including Australia, New Zealand, India, Russia, Japan, Nigeria, Somalia, the USA, Mexico and Venezuela.
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A CHARITY, which works to prevent young people becoming homeless, is urging the public to help it secure a funding grant.
Community Housing Aid is in the running for a grant for its project, Nightstop Devon, which provides emergency accommodation for young people.
Members of the public are being urged to go online and vote for Nightstop Devon, which is taking part in a campaign to receive a grant of up to £25,000 from the Masonic Charitable Foundation Community Award.
Some bright and techy year 6 Exeter pupils looked very sharp as they joined the national debate about internet safety on breakfast TV.
The youngsters from Tedburn st Mary primary school taught the grown-ups a thing or two about staying safe online when they appeared on Good Morning Britain to highlight a report on our children’s digital life.
The report’s findings, the results of a year-long study give a glimpse of what our children are up to on their screens and much of it makes difficult reading for parents.
A free online basic skills session is being held in Exeter on 21 October 2016 to help blind and partially sighted people get online and take their first steps in using technology.
Sight loss charity RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) has been holding workshops across the UK to support people living with sensory loss in getting online as part of its ambitious Online Today project.
Police forces nationwide are appealing for internet users to report harmful extremist and terrorist material when they see it online.
All week, police and partners have been using their social media channels to urge people to report material they suspect is extremist or terrorist by clicking on a distinctive red "STOP" button that can be found on their websites. STOP stands for Stop Terrorists' and extremists' Online Presence.