Resources for digital champions
Sometimes people just need to understand why the internet might be useful to them. Think about the reasons why people want to go online, such as keeping in touch with friends and family, finding work, saving money, and having fun, and use these resources to inspire them to go online.
Guides from Digital Unite to help people get online
Digital Unite have lots of resources to help you help others with online tasks. These are sorted into topics to help your learner get the Basic Digital Skills they need.
Wessex Digital – 13 Apr 2016
Wessex Digital aim to help people across Purbeck, Dorset and Wessex to get online, and to provide tuition for those wishing to brush up on their IT know-how, improve their basic digital skills, or simply just looking to learn a bit more about using a computer. More specifically this blog is aimed at promoting digital inclusion across the Wessex region: helping the novice computer user, and to provide tuition in basic computer literacy and digital skills. Help can be provided through offering practical tips and exercises, and a step by step approach to building an understanding of fundamental web principals.
Helping parents keep their children safe online
Jenny – 07 Oct 2015
Internet Matters provides all the information, guides and top tips to help parents and teachers keep children safe online. There are e-safety resources for teachers, guidance on setting parental controls and filters, advice on important e-safety issues, news and advice from industry experts and reviews on the latest technology and apps.
Help guides from BBC WebWise
Jenny – 07 Oct 2015
The WebWise resources directory offers a range of short videos and written guides to help you to get connected and make the most of your mobile, tablet, computer or interactive television. The help guides cover many topics and offer practical tips on getting started (choosing your broadband package, connecting your devices using cables or Wi-Fi), how to set up an email account, send messages and files, web access, accessibility, essential online tasks, and safety and security.
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