Computing students showcase their work

Computing students showcase their work

Computing students showcase their work

Forth Valley College’s Computing students showcased their skills at the Falkirk Campus on Friday 20 January, with some truly innovative work coming to the fore.

More than 100 students took part in the event which marked the end of a teaching block. They now  move on to new sections of their courses.

Robert Grant (20) and Kirsten Speirs (17) both from Bo’ness and Giovanni Sowizdrzal (23) from Stirling created an android phone app to enhance local digital tours. Sean Morgan (21) from Bo’ness showed his flair for cryptology on the day and FVC Principal Dr Ken Thomson was delighted to look in on students who had created online computer games with a recycling and environmental theme - after having only one day’s lesson on graphics and coding.

Ken and Computing lecturer Willie Mcrae are pictured here with student Robert McCallum (30) from Falkirk, who along with NC Access to Software Development classmate Mikey Lemetti (20) from Camelon, created a bin recycling game ideal to teach people where specific waste items go.

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