Fulham Community Centre

Device Advice

Device Advice

This group grew out of a self-help group set up for people who had iPads and didn’t know what to do with them.  Over time it has broadened out to include other forms of technology including mobile phones and computers.

Members are able to bring their technology along and troubleshoot their problems.  More recently, a number of workshops have been run under the auspices of the Federal Government’s Be Connected scheme.  These have included Security, The NBN, Digitising (photographs and slides) and Making Photobooks.

An opportunity to learn about technology in a largely informal environment.

Join us on Monday mornings at 10am – 12.00

Cost for the class is:

$3  Members of Fulham Community Centre

$5  Non-members

Tech Space Learning

Techspace Learning Inc. is a registered Learning Destination for Children’s University
“Children’s University Australia provides extra-curricular learning opportunities to children aged between 7 and 14 years old, and volunteer opportunities to 15-18 year olds…”

In 2013 a small group of people from the Hallett Cove community got together to form a club that provided young people an opportunity to play with microprocessors. This resulted in the Hallett Cove Robotics Club. The success of the club prompted other communities to contact us seeking assistance in starting similar organisations within their own communities. Techspace Learning Incorporated was formed to deliver workshops into communities to encourage locals to get involved and spawn their own local independent “Robotics Club”.

Since 2016 we have delivered workshops and provided assistance to organisations across the Adelaide region, helping expand to the opportunities for people of all ages to engage in STEM related activities.

In 2019 we entered into a partnership with Aztronics in the Adelaide CBD and have established a central base from which to run workshops. It is now also home to the Adelaide City Robotics Club.

We provide quality STEM educational workshops for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn and experience robotics using the Arduino platform.

Techspace Learning is a registered not-for-profit organisation focussing on delivering opportunities for people to engage in STEM related activities in an informal, hands-on, self paced environment.

To help achieve this, we run workshops and various other activities around the Adelaide region to show people they can take control of technology and build their own gadgets and robots.

We are currently partnering with many schools, libraries and other organisations around Adelaide to deliver these activities.

We are at the Fulham Community Centre on Thursdays 6.00 to 7.30

For more information and bookings

Call 0490 040 155 or email info@techspacelearning.org