Digital inclusion

When it comes to being confident with going online and using your tablet, laptop, smart phone etc. there are some really useful online tools that can help.

Even better are the digital hubs dotted around Norwich where you can get personalised support, you can find where these are on My Neighbourhood - see the links below:

 

WEBSITE: Norwich City Council Digital Hub listings (Norwich City Council)

This is a directory of all the Digital Hubs in Norwich, by alphabetical order, linking to further details about the venue.

 

http://www.norwich.gov.uk/directory/1064/digital_hubs

 


WEBSITE: My Neighbourhood - Digital Hubs (Norwich City Council)

This site shows key information and services around where you live, searchable by your postcode. But in particular you can see what digital support is available near you, under the heading ‘Digital Support and Access’.

 

www.norwich.gov.uk


Also, when it comes to being confident with going online and using your tablet, laptop, smart phone etc. there are some really useful online tools.

The following websites are a great place to start for self-study:


WEBSITE: Learn my way

Good site for supporting people with developing their online skills, especially total beginners. They have some fun learning materials.

 

www.learnmyway.com/


WEBSITE: Barclays Digital Wings

A website offering modules of learning from the basic to the advanced, including a 60 second quiz to see how digitally savvy you are.

 

http://www.digital.wings.uk.barclays/for-everyone


WEBSITE: BBC Webwise

This website supports people to develop their digital skills through a series of articles and films.

www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/0/