Help & Tutorials

Below are the most useful sources of help and tutorials for learners that we have identified. Please share any sites that you know about via the comments form so they can be added here.

Also worth looking at the resources link on the tag cloud >>>

Learn My Way

The new Learn My Way site (from the Tinder Foundation) has just been launched. There are courses and resources for Digital Champions as well as other learners.


Digital Unite Guides

BBC WebWise Resources

A range of video and written guides to help you to get connected and develop the online skills to make the most of your mobile, tablet, computer or interactive television.

Interactive Tutorials from GCF

Some very useful (and fun) interactive activities to help develop basic online skills and confidence (mouse use, roll-overs, clicking and dragging, and form filling).

Universal Credit Practice Form

If you are supporting someone who needs to apply, this very useful Universal Credit practice form from We Are Digital could help!

Southwark Libraries

One-to-one support for people wanting to learn to use computers.

Have a look at the complete list of learning activities in libraries.

These currently include:

  • Using a computer for the first time
  • Internet, email and basic MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint
  • Over 50s computer skills
  • Job hunting online
  • Preparing for your Citizenship Test
  • Preparing for your Driving Theory Test
  • Get started in tracing your family history

Hubs and Help Map

This map shows the Digital Inclusion hubs within the borough plus other useful resources (such as libraries) for people needing support to get online. You should also check the  UKonline Centres Map.