All Digital inclusion Projects

Title Dates

Online basics

Online basics is an online resource which offers new users of the internet a step by step approach to joining the online world.

Dlit 2.0

As new technologies increasingly influence and impact on the daily life of all European citizens, Digital Literacy is increasingly important to ensure social cohesion, active citizenship and personal fulfillment. Those who do not have access and/ or the skills needed to use the internet effectively are disadvantaged in many ways, including access to learning.

Making IT Personal

NIACE is evaluating the South Yorkshire digital mentoring project: Making IT Personal – Joining the DOTs.   The project explores the role of mentors and informal networks in addressing barriers to digital inclusion.

1 June 2009 - 1 July 2011

Digital Activists

The Digital Activist Inclusion Network (DAIN) is an exciting volunteer project working across the East Midlands.  DAIN aims to promote digital inclusion by encouraging people to use technology with the help of volunteers (Digital Activists).

1 June 2009 - 1 May 2012

Get Digital Evaluation

NIACE is evaluating Get Digital, a project to provide sheltered housing schemes with grants to purchase computer equipment and train older residents to use computers and the internet. The evaluation is using surveys, interviews and focus groups to identify the benefits, and to find out what works and what might be improved. More information about Get Digital is available at

31 January 2010 - 30 September 2011

Get Digital

Following the government's commitment in Building a Society for All Ages to promote and support digital inclusion for older residents in sheltered housing, Get Digital offers grants, training and support to social landlords across England. It will evaluate the impact of the programme and develop a sustainable business model which social landlords can apply to their schemes, thus addressing the needs of a significant group of digitally excluded citizens.

25 February 2010 - 31 March 2011

Offender content creation for the Virtual Campus

This project will support offenders to create content for the virtual campus.

1 July 2013 - 31 March 2014