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Digital Learning Resources

This page has links to selected online resources that can help you learn digital skills. If you have any suggestions or comments or if you need help with anything please email us [email protected]

Discover Digital was a local initiative set up to help people learn the skills needed to use online services. It was originally funded by the UK Government Community Renewal Fund distributed through Stoke-on-Trent City Council. The Discover Digital website contains loads of helpful learning resources developed during the project.

An extensive collection of learning guides about using modern technology created by Digital Unite, the digital learning experts. These easy-to-use guides are ideal for improving your own confidence and skills or for supporting other learners. Click here to access the guides

The Beth Johnson Foundation has worked in partnership with the North Midlands LGBT Older People’s Group to deliver workshops and individual learning support. BJF Digital Inclusion

Age UK has step-by-step guides to help you make sense of the internet. From keeping in touch with friends and family to doing your shopping and banking online. They have loads of tips to help you feel confident and stay safe online.

Learn My Way is a website of free online courses for beginners, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world. It is part of the Good Things Foundation. Learn My Way Website is a free educational website that teaches older adults and other inexperienced Internet users with basic computer skills about websites that can help improve their quality of life. Techboomers Website

Make It Click features free courses, tools and templates. You can learn new apps, improve the skills you already have and take a positive step forward in your work. These resources are more relevant to business skills and the workplace but they include things like Zoom and document editing which are useful for everyone. Make it Click Website

The Good Things Foundation has a range of resources to help you support someone else with their digital skills learning.  Good Things Foundation – Support Someone Else

Discover Digital was originally funded by the UK Government Community Renewal Fund distributed through Stoke-on-Trent City Council. The project was led by Staffordshire University and  delivered in partnership with: Voluntary Action Stoke-on-Trent (VAST), Beth Johnson Foundation, Wavemaker, Stoke-North Big Local, WEA, Caudwell Children, Community Foundation for Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent College, YMCA, Dove Service and Keele University.

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