The Filter Bubble (2012) By Eli Pariser

While the internet is a wonderful resource that has connected the world, it’s vital to be aware that you need to stay safe and secure online. The Filter Bubble dives into how your information is collected online and how you can stay savvy while staying connected.

Now for Then: How to Face the Digital Future without Fear (2013) by Ben Hammersley

The face of the world has changed radically since the digital revolution and it’s time we got on board with it. Now for Then: How to Face the Digital Future without Fear gives you tips on things you need to know and how you can build a future where you truly prosper.

Get Coding! (2016) by David Whitney

This is a seriously fun illustrated book taking young people through all the basics of coding from HTML to SCC, JavaScript and more. If you’ve ever wanted to build an app or create a game, this guide will teach you how.

Science in Seconds: 200 Key Concepts Explained in an Instant (2012) by Hazel Muir

Science doesn’t have to be baffling, and this book uses simple straight-forward explanations to help you get to grips with important concepts. With everything from physics to technology Science in Seconds: 200 Key Concepts Explained in an Instant covers it all.

Language Learning with Technology: Ideas for Integrating Technology in the Classroom (2013) by Graham Stanley

If you are an educator and you want to incorporate more technology into your teaching then Language Learning with Technology: Ideas for Integrating Technology in the Classroom is the perfect guide. With guides on how it can build language skills and plenty of activities for students, it is the ideal toolkit.

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