Adventure Begins was a collaboration project led by Inclusion North, partnered with West Yorkshire Combined Authority, 100% Digital Leeds, and the LeedsBID digital initiative, Leeds Boost. The Journey Makers Adventure Begins event took place in Leeds on 3rd July and focused on addressing the barriers to travel for people with learning disabilities and/or autism. This … Continue reading #AdventureBegins
In June, during Festival of Learning week, 100% Digital Leeds partnered with Post Office Broadband and Google Digital Garage to launch the first of six free digital drop-ins around the country aimed at helping boost people’s digital skills and confidence. The Post Office and Google Digital Garage Drop-Ins took place in the cities that were revealed to … Continue reading The Post Office and Google Digital Garage Drop-Ins
We're always looking for ways to get out into communities to raise awareness and promote the benefits of being online. Here you can find out about 100% Digital Leeds events, the partnerships we've formed, and the people we've engaged with. Previous partners include Google, The Post Office, and Leeds Boost. If your organisation would like us to come … Continue reading Events and Engagement
Digital Champions help us to reach the digitally excluded in their communities by advocating the benefits of digital, and signposting people to free training and support available across the city. Some Digital Champions might support people to access training too. Whatever being a Digital Champion means to you, we need your help to build capacity for sustainable digital inclusion. What … Continue reading Digital Champions
We have 150 iPads available for organisations to borrow to discover new ways of working to bridge the gap between those offline and those online. We know that helping non-users and limited users to become digitally included will bring wider social benefits: helping them to be better informed, more confident using online tools, and feeling more independent and … Continue reading Tablet Lending
As part of our mission to ensure that everyone can benefit from digital, Leeds City Council and the Good Things Foundation are looking for organisations who want to join our movement to drive social change by helping people to improve their skills and confidence so they can thrive in a digital world. The Online Centres Network is … Continue reading Online Centres Network
Leeds Libraries and Good Things Foundation - the UK's leading digital inclusion charity - are working together to create 100% Digital Leeds, a cross sector collaboration ensuring everyone in the city has the digital skills they need. Thousands of adults in Leeds lack basic digital skills. A lack of digital skills can have a huge negative impact … Continue reading 100% Digital Leeds: Join the movement.