Online Centres Network
Learn My Way: the next generation is launching soon
Good Things Foundation are proud to announce a new and improved Learn My Way, the free platform for digital learning, coming in spring 2023.
Learn my Way provides digital skills and increased digital confidence to those supported by the National Digital Inclusion Network. It can support people with the basics including using a device, starting to go online, staying safe and using email; through to working online, using social media and managing health and money online. The new site allows users to tailor their own learning programme. It offers a choice of bitesize topics that are easy to digest, and is accessible across multiple devices.
Good Things Foundation will contact all hubs in the National Digital Inclusion Network, informing them of the launch date. To ensure staff can familiarise themselves with the new site and that learners can reach a stage in their learning where they are able to move to the new platform with the least disruption, the current Learn My Way will still be available for a while after launch of the new site.
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Are you making the most of your network membership?
Here’s a reminder that being a member of Good Things Foundation’s National Digital Inclusion Network means that your organisation is supported to deliver digital inclusion support.
Our network is free to join and offers a range of free services, such as:
- Access to the National Databank
- Access to the National Device Bank
- Free training and resources
- Signposting to funding opportunities
- Networking opportunities
- Access to our online learning platform, Learn My Way.
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Online Centres Network
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Getting the most out of asking for help11/07/2023 13:15:00
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New resources from Internet Matters11/05/2023 14:05:00
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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.
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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.
Our strategic partnership with Vodafone06/12/2022 10:10:00
On Sunday night I announced that Vodafone is our new strategic partner. I’m delighted that Good Things Foundation will be working together with Vodafone over the next three years to help fix the digital divide – for good.