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Making It Click: Supporting people with low internet use
This evaluation of the Make It Click programme, funded by Google.org, collates our key findings about supporting limited users of the internet to improve their skills
Powering up the recovery with Digital Inclusion
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world. Digital technology has instantly become a universal need, and digital skills and access to technology will be fundamental for global recovery as we rebuild economies and strengthen society.
Getting us ready for change in the workplace
A year on from the launch of a programme to support people underemployed and unemployed due to low digital skills, our Researcher Joseph Chambers reflects on some of the emerging findings.
First-ever virtual Get Online Week levels up digitally excluded UK
As Covid restrictions intensify, Get Online Week will see hyperlocal community partners assist and facilitate digital learners at hundreds of events remotely.
New beginnings for Learn My Way
Good Things Foundation's Senior Digital Project Manager, Deborah Fern, tells us what is to come in the next generation of Learn My Way, our digital skills online learning platform.
Trust, challenge and resilience – what we need to tackle learning in the Covid-19 era
Our researcher, Joseph Chambers, breaks down the skills we need to sustain meaningful learning during Covid-19.
A new audience for digital skills
Our Senior Research and Evaluation Manager, Jane Mackey, discusses how Covid-19 has impacted the way learners use our free digital skills courses website, Learn My Way.
How we choose learning resources for Make It Click
This blog was written by freelance copywriter and content creator Iain Broome, who has led on the content strategy for Make It Click. It first appeared on the Make It Click website.
A national wake-up call on digital skills
Our Head of Research, Al Mathers, looks at the Loyds Consumer Digital Index 2020 and what it shows about the need for digital skills in the UK.
Who needs digital skills now?
Senior Research and Evaluation Manager, Jane Mackey, writes about the absolute necessity of digital skills for all following Covid-19.
Adult learning matters
Learning and Development Manager, Kevin Maye, helps us understand the need for, and benefits of, adult learning.
A new manifesto for digital inclusion
Adam Micklewaithe, our Director of Digital Social Inclusion, discusses what needs to be done post-covid to make sure everyone has access to essential digital devices, connectivity and skills.