National Year of Digital Inclusion
The 2016 National Year of Digital Inclusion is here!
This important year will help Australians to realise their online potential, raise awareness of digital inclusion at all levels of society and celebrate the benefits of digital literacy and digital inclusion through events happening across Australia.
NYDI is an integral component of Go Digi, a four year national partnership of Infoxchange and Australia Post aimed at improving the digital literacy of over 300,000 Australians. We invite you to participate!
The next major events will be held in Darwin (1-3 September) and Adelaide (8-10 September) where we'll be running a National Conversation Event and Pop-Up Festival Trail. If you're in the Perth area, we'd love you to join us.
Meet our Go Digi Champions
We believe that Digital Inclusion is an important issue for all Australians and we're proud to have these champions giving their voice to spread the word about the National Year of Digital Inclusion.Learn more about our Go Digi Champions.
How you can participate
Become a Go Digi Mentor
We aim to have 10,000 people become Go Digi Mentors to help their friends, family and workmates learn digital skills. To help us reach this ambitious goal, we want you to become a Mentor.
We also need organisations, big and small, to encourage their employees to participate. How many mentors could you pledge in your organisation? Get started as Go Digi Mentor today and sign up here.
Pop Up Festivals
Pop Up Festivals are big, bold, fun celebrations in each state and territory that will bring together libraries, neighbourhood houses and other community organisations to help people learn digital skills.
Register your community organisation to become a Go Digi Network Partner and hold a Pop Up event in your location.
A series of eight events across the states and territories, aiming to make digital inclusion part of the national conversation. Conversations are planned for Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, and Adelaide with international and local speakers.