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Go Digi is a national digital literacy program with the goal of supporting more than 300,000 Australians to improve their digital skills. And we’re lucky to have over 350 Network Partners across Australia, to share this vision. Every month we highlight one of our amazing Network Partners as they share how they’re working towards a digitally inclusive society. We’re pleased to kick of this blog series by introducing Network Partner Yarra Libraries.

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Go Digi recently joined forces with Lively, StoryPod and the Golden Plains Shire Council to screen the Cyber-Seniors documentary at Estia Health Bannockburn, an aged care facility located in Bannockburn, Victoria. Cyber-Seniors is a humorous and heart-warming feature documentary, which adds to the important international conversation about the...

At the Sydney National Year of Digital Inclusion Festival held on 16 November, 2016, Pino Migliorino shared his insight into the needs for digital literacy in CALD communities. Pino was also one of our National Year of Digital Inclusion Champions, who were committed to promoting digital inclusion throughout the year.  He has kindly provided a transcript to his full talk.

I am really pleased to be here today to talk with you about one of the issues that is central to...

So have you been looking for somewhere for your child to learn to code...but couldn’t find anywhere? Maybe you’ve heard about CoderDojo, the global network of free coding clubs for kids 7-17. Maybe you have a passion about ensuring kids are equipped with the skills of the future...and are looking for a way to give back to the community? Then read on to find out more about what becoming a Coderdojo “Champion”...

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Computer Pals audience

As part of the second round of Go Digi Seed Funding, Computer Pals for Seniors Northern Beaches ran a great event to wrap up their 2016 but also have fun learning about new technology! This event was held in the Luana Room, Dee Why RSL, Wednesday 7 December 2016 and Judy Elias shares what they did with us.

Well, this turned out to be more like a gala event! We could not be more delighted with the large turnout. We were fully booked with over 100...

On 28 November, as one of our final events for the National Year of Digital Inclusion (NYDI), Infoxchange and...

This year has been a real celebration of Digital Inclusion in Australia as we have seen people improve their digital skill and...

Laptop with accessibility options on screen

A new guide from ACCAN and Media Access Australia was launched this year at the annual ACCAN conference. The Affordable Access project addresses two of the key pillars of...

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