UK online centres
Play the Get Online Week game
We are very excited to launch a brand new online game for this year’s campaign – Digital Dash.
Bold, bright and lots of fun, the game is a fun way to get new people using a computer, laptop or tablet. It has super simple controls and will be fun to play even for people with no digital skills at all.
As Dash runs through ‘Wi-Fi World’, players can help him collect virtual coins to build up points, and then see him try lots of new digital tasks.
There are lots of ways you could make Digital Dash a part of your events and use it to help people #Try1Thing.
Why not encourage your learners to play the game and discover all the things that Dash can do online and then see if there’s something that they could try for the first time at your event.
You could even hold a mini-tournament - get as many people as possible playing Digital Dash and have some little prizes for the highest scores.
We think Digital Dash is a great way to get people having fun online at your Get Online Week event - and to get them thinking about and how they could #Try1Thing with you.
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