A Cafédirect Producers’ Foundation project is supporting internet education for smallholders in remote communities
Carrick-Davies Associates is helping vulnerable young people to create their own films to better understand the risks of internet use and online abuse.
Opening up the online world by developing an e-learning course to enable an international audience of deaf sign language users to learn how to read and write in English.
The Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) is piloting and developing a knowledge sharing website, open to all funders to share best practice.
East Lancashire Deaf Society (ELDS) is providing training on basic computer skills and internet use in the hope that it will open up a whole world of new opportunities for many deaf people.
Independent think tank, the International Longevity Centre - UK, sets out to evaluate the impact of initiatives to get people online – and recommend new policies.
An innovative app hopes to help child protection agencies and support organisations to keep a better eye on the bigger picture
The Dementia Services Development Centre is creating a ‘virtual building’ designed for people with dementia, to increase access to practical information about the diagnosis.
Digital Assistant Academy aims to give women the skills and confidence they need to generate additional sustainable and flexible income for themselves and their family while working around their existing commitments.