Planning and running activities
If you’re planning an activity to help people get Basic Digital Skills, it can take a lot of organising to get it up and running. Use these resources to help you plan what you’re going to do so that the day itself runs as smoothly as possible.
Getting your community online
This webinar recording will help you to support members of your community to get online for the first time. It will also show you how you can increase awareness of the benefits of the Internet for community groups or people in your local area.
How to start planning your activities
Jenny – 09 Oct 2015
Understanding the needs of your local area means you can focus on effective activities, set your targets and build partnerships. This guide helps you plan your activities and suggests exactly what you need to include in your plan, directs you to Go ON Local resources, explains how to promote and share your activity, and how to evaluate your successes.
Barriers to Basic Digital Skills
Jenny – 09 Oct 2015
There are four main reasons why people and organisations face digital exclusion and don’t have the Basic Digital Skills they need. It is important to tackle these reasons together when campaigning to help people and organisations get Basic Digital Skills.
Partner meeting template
Jenny – 08 Oct 2015
This template is designed to help you hold successful stakeholder and partner meetings when launching a digital skills campaign. The template references key points to include: brainstorming ideas, ways of working together, using Go ON Local, a communications pack, social media and measuring and evaluating your campaign.
What's your best advice on promoting your event locally?
I need advice!
by Jenny (Go ON UK)
on 20 Oct 2015, 5:21 p.m.
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We have local notice boards but find leafleting outside our local primary school one of the best ways of promoting our events, also we have a facebook page which is also really useful
by Norfolk Park TARA (Norfolk Park Tenants and Residents Association)
on 17 Nov 2015, 8:10 p.m.