Current, historic and work in progress research and development projects relating to technical aspects of the micro:bit.
This page collates technical projects, research and development that have been done on/with the BBC micro:bit in universities, labs, clubs and schools around the world. It has been created by the micro:bit community, and you are welcome to submit any of your own work to it by submitting a project template
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What children's imagined uses of the BBC micro:bit tells us about designing for their IoT privacy, security and safety
In this paper we describe initial results from the PETRAS project IoT4Kids, exploring the privacy and security implications of children programming the BBC micro:bit, an IoT-ready device designed for children
In this paper we present the motivation, requirements, implementation, and evaluation of a new programming platform that enables novice users to create effective and efficient software for embedded systems.
In this paper, we present an IoT solution for schools that aims to unite senior leadership, teachers, and pupils in the goal of reducing or shifting their energy consumption and carbon emissions.
This article describes the design of the BBC micro:bit, the realization of its goals through examples of the diverse projects crested with the micro:bit, reviews the project’s history as it transitioned from a UK-centric to a worldwide project, and concludes with lessons learned and project outcomes.
In this paper we review prior research into physical computing in the classroom and combine this with our own experiences.