We have received our micro:bit daughterboards from the Alexandra institute (Alexandra.dk).
The daugtherboards enable us to send realtime sounddata to a website developed by Alexandra (datadokken.dk). They will be used in conjunction with one of our workshops for schools, called concrete oases. The workshop will be expanded upon in our upcoming dataworkshop cookbook.
The daughterboards connect with a Micro:bit, that can be blockprogrammed with codeblocks created by Alexandra, to act as a controller for the daugtherboard. This allows us to introduce the students to both programming and large datasets.
We are very excited to test out the boards and implement them in our workshops this fall (2019).