There are quite a lot of these – but not many are aimed at older learners.
Here are a couple that seem useful –
http://www.sheepgame.co.uk/launch.php (via LMW)
“the reality is that today, the web is not for everyone. In fact, the digital revolution is creating new patterns of privilege and discrimination. It is causing job losses and wage polarisation as well as productivity gains; it risks taking away our privacy and autonomy even as it gives ordinary citizens new powers; it is isolating us in filter bubbles as well as connecting us across borders; and it is amplifying voices of fear and hate just as much as voices for tolerance and rationality.”
Following the training today, realised that information about UJM was missing from here.
So here are the main login page and the Help/FAQs.
Log In / Main Page:
FAQs & Help:
If you find useful sources of support or guides about using UJM please pass them on.
Disappointing to see this – and on the governments #DigitalInclusion blog!
smartphones or tablets don’t need antivirus or malware protection
The benefits highlighted in this post are very significant BUT it is a shame that this inaccurate information is being spread.
Nice to have this data presented so clearly.
Snipped these from the Digital Nation Infographic – see below for link to full PDF file
I thought I understood what digital exclusion was all about – but I was wrong. Digital exclusion is a far more complex issue than I ever thought, and for many being excluded is not a choice.