We act based on what we know and we always learn from what we do. We also think that sharing and collaborating is the best way to move things forward. Take a look at our research and insights and get in touch if you want to talk to us about what we do.
Voicebox Cafés: an evaluation
This evaluation report explores the work of our Voicebox Cafés project, aimed at providing a safe space for young women to participate in democracy and public life, using digital as an enabler.
Testing Digital Inclusion in Kenya
Read about our top findings from our year-long Digital Life: Kenya project, piloting the use of Learn My Way by the Kenya National Library Service.
What can we learn from our local centres?
This report shows our findings after asking 57 centres about the issues facing them, to help us better shape our strategy to respond to the needs of our centres.
A collection of all our responses to government consultations.
How we change the world
In this report, Good Things Foundation's theory of change lays out what we’ve learnt about how we - and the centres we’re working with in the Online Centres Network - are having an impact.
English My Way Phase 3 Evaluation Report
Funded by The Department for Communities and Local Government, this project aimed to support people facing significant language barriers and integration challenges to improve their English language skills through a fresh approach to Pre-entry ESOL.
Libraries Delivering Digital Inclusion
This report shares the findings of our libraries project, which helped us develop a deeper understanding of public libraries and how we can better work with them to help tackle digital exclusion.
Dementia and Digital
This report explores how basic digital skills and community-based support can improve the health and wellbeing of families affected by dementia.
Library Digital Inclusion Fund Final Report
This report shares the findings of our digital inclusion activities project with libraries and our recommendations on how libraries can best deliver and utilise digital inclusion activities.
The eReading Rooms evaluation
Read the evaluation report for our eReading Rooms pilot programme, engaging with communities who are traditionally very resistant to community learning.