The Pop Up Seed Funding Competition is an opportunity for your community to realise its online potential. Eligible organisations can enter the competition to fund a pop up event or a series of events that support and celebrate the digital skills and...
The following is a blog post by Michelle Hollywood from the Infoxchange’s Brisbane office:
The day started off beautifully at Library at the Dock, an impressive new community hub in Melbourne’s Docklands.
"…..technology creates brand new ideas, creativity, and ways of doing things we never dreamed of before." Helen Milner, Chief Executive Officer, Tinder Foundation UK"
There are 3.7 million people in Australia who have never used the...
This week, the Go Digi team took a road trip to the Victorian Goldfields region to start mapping out the first Pop Up Festival Trail for the National Year of Digital Inclusion. The trail will consist of learning events over four days in late February, spread out across the Goldfields region.
The following Go Digi blog post has been written by Claudie Skubel about her time at Infoxchange, working on the Go Digi project amongst others.
Image: Out to lunch! Claudia (left) with Camilla (right), the new Go Digi Events Coordinator.
What better way to celebrate International Literacy Day than by becoming a Go Digi Mentor?
This year the theme for International Literacy Day is Literacy and Sustainable Societies. Like UNESCO, we believe that literacy is a key driver for sustainable development, with new technology providing “fresh opportunities for literacy for all”.
We are pleased to announce that 2016 is the National Year of Digital Inclusion!
CEO of Infoxchange, David Spriggs, and General Manager, Marketing and Customer Experience for StarTrack and NSW Enterprise leader for Australia Post, Theo Triantafillides, both spoke at the announcement which took place at the ACCAN conference in Sydney earlier this week.