Justine show the process of using the computer to create newspaper and Andrew sends photos and stories from the mobile phone.
Behind The News learns how children are using telepresence robots to attend school while they are sick.
Rookie reporter Yuma Soerianto explains how he learned to code, reveals some of the apps he's developed, introduces the YouTube channel where he teaches coding (Youtube.com/anyonecancode), and discusses why it is a valuable skill to have.
Zindzi shows the steps to program Luke the 'train robot' to climb over a hill.
Behind The News meets young Instagram users and asks them how much they know about the terms and conditions they agree to when they sign up for social media.
Imagine picking a house at random using Google Maps and writing a letter to the family who lives there, just to say something nice and get to know them. It's a unique project known as Dear Hope Street that connects people from all over the world. The project can help forge some pretty special connections, while also teaching kids how easy it is for people to find your information on the internet.
Gemma explains how she programmed a hatch door to open and close for her guinea pigs, and students explain how coding is used to give instructions to computers.
Daddy gets a new video camera. First, Peppa shows him how to work it, and then he records Peppa being silly.
Discover how to use EnhanceTV in this short introduction to the platform.
Join Christine Anu, James Tobin, Clint Bizzell and Samantha Harris as they get behind the One Laptop Per Child initiative in Australia, which helps to provide remote Aussie kids with new opportunities through technology.
Watch this video for a demonstration of the controls and features available on the EnhanceTV video player.
Watch this video for a brief overview of how to discover videos on EnhanceTV by browsing and searching.
Watch this video to learn how to share videos by email with students and teachers.