Blogs and case studies - digital inclusion
BLOG: An innovative partnership to improve digital inclusion for social housing tenants
Find out about the work WCHG are doing to support residents to get online
BLOG: Tackling digital exclusion in Wigan, 12 months on…
Digital Wigan’s service does everything from helping people to get online, keeping in touch with family and friends
CASE STUDY: How Everyone Can transform lives through gaming
Everyone Can are a technology & gaming charity that help enrich the lives of disabled people
CASE STUDY: Getting jobseekers online- a partnership between TalkTalk and DWP
Knowing that some vulnerable groups are unable to access their standard broadband services..
CASE STUDY: Bridging the Digital Divide by recycling IT
Recycle-IT! is on a mission to get refurbished computers back into the local community
BLOG: Innovation to transform lives
How an innovative new initiative could transform the lives of SEND students and has started to close the digital skills gap.
BLOG: Tackling digital exclusion in Wigan
The Digital Wigan team is part of Wigan Council, the team works closely with Wigan Borough’s community to support residents to develop essential digital skills.
BLOG: How CodeYourFuture are changing lives through coding
CodeYourFuture is a non-profit organisation dedicated to fighting inequality...
CASE STUDY: Supporting older people to develop digital skills over a cup of tea
Tech and Tea is an older persons (65 years and older) digital skills project
CASE STUDY: Helping Stockport residents get online
Stockport Council have been working hard to transform their digital services and ensure they don’t leave anyone behind in the process.
CASE STUDY: Wigan TechMates support residents doing digital in later life
TechMate, Liz, has been supporting Sue in doing digital in later life
CASE STUDY: Radio stations and online shopping! Doing digital in later life
How Citizens Advice are supporting clients to do digital in later life
Greater Manchester Databank celebrates milestones in supporting residents and families in poverty