Online Centres Network
It's Get Online Week
It's time! Our annual digital inclusion campaign, Get Online Week, begins today running from 17-23 October. We're asking people to take the plunge and #TryOneThing online that is new to them – whether that be taking their very first steps logging on or learning how to do more in the digital world.
And centres are key in this journey, helping the people in your community find out how to take those steps. If you haven’t already, get involved with the campaign through these following steps:
1. Support the campaign on social media
We’ll be posting regularly on both Twitter and Instagram so make sure you follow us there! Use #GetOnlineWeek when posting about your event so we can see what you’ve planned.
2. Plan and promote your event in your local community
It's not too late to run a Get Online Week event in your centre. Once you’ve planned your event, use the leaflets and posters in our toolkit to help you get out into the community and promote your event. You can use them in local areas or online through social media.
3. Tell us about your event
Let us know about your event using this form. To help people find events in their local areas, we’ll be publishing these event details on our website.
Latest News from
Online Centres Network
Collecting information about impact from beneficiaries13/09/2023 15:15:00
We’re testing new ways to get feedback from the people who receive support from the digital inclusion services we provide. We want to let you know what we’re doing and invite you to help us with this work.
Getting the most out of asking for help11/07/2023 13:15:00
As an organisation supporting thousands of amazing Hubs across the UK we feel it is important to constantly look at ways to improve our handling of any requests for help we get.
New resources from Internet Matters11/05/2023 14:05:00
Our partners at Internet Matters are experts in helping parents, carers, grandparents and teachers navigate the world of online safety for children and young people.
Being part of the network helps drive positive change: insights from the network survey10/05/2023 16:25:00
The National Digital Inclusion Network is at the core of all the work we do at Good Things Foundation. It is through the thousands of community organisations and businesses in our network that we’re able to reach people facing digital exclusion.
Expert support from our Ambassadors12/04/2023 15:10:00
You can now access expert peer support from people with years of experience in digital inclusion from our six Learn My Way Ambassadors. Our Ambassadors have a track record of using Learn My Way and supporting people to access data and devices. Each ambassador also brings extensive experience in supporting specific marginalised groups and in different digital inclusion delivery models.
What I love about our meet-ups28/03/2023 10:10:00
Our Community Engagement Manager, Louise Branch, blogs about the value of our monthly meet-ups and why you should come along!
We’re updating Learn My Way: Key dates for your diary08/03/2023 14:15:00
A couple of weeks ago we announced that we’ll be launching a new and improved Learn My Way, the free platform for digital learning, in spring 2023. Learn My Way provides digital skills and increased digital confidence to those supported by you, our National Digital Inclusion Network. We can’t wait to bring you the new site, which allows users to tailor their own learning programme, offers a choice of bitesize topics and is accessible across multiple devices.
Learn My Way: the next generation is launching soon22/02/2023 10:10:00
Good Things Foundation are proud to announce a new and improved Learn My Way, the free platform for digital learning, coming in spring 2023.