The archive has been stored in surplus space in an Essex school since 2010, but it is now needed and the archive must move. If you know of any opportunity to store a room's worth of paperwork, resources and equipment, please get in touch with me Richard Millwood ASAP!
This project was active ten years before microcomputers became common in schools in the early eighties, but hit its peak of activity around 1984, when this newsletter was published
Google invited a wide range of participants to this event in London. The discussion about the first connection of the internet between the US and UK was followed by interesting films about early computers in the UK.
The impact on the UK of the BBC's Microcomputer from 1982 is explained in this report made 30 years after its introduction.
An in important step taken to catalogue one of the archive's most significant collections
From October 2010 to May 2011 The National Archive of Educational Computing loaned a BBC Domesday set to the BBC to help develop this project
The National Archive of Educational Computing presented a stand at this international conference and organised a workshop.
Becta published an article on the history of educational computing in the UK written by Richard Millwood
The BBC have added selected Tomorrow's World features to their internet archive.
A special seminar convened by the British Computer Society's Computer Conservation Society (CCS)