If you work, volunteer or support the local third sector then join us for a few hours to get some digital inspiration! There'll be plenty of time to network too.
Come and hear from Glenn Liddall (https://twitter.com/glennliddall?lang=en), Head and Founder of People Know How (http://peopleknowhow.org/)on the work that Re:Connect (http://peopleknowhow.org/learning-for-change/re-connect/) project have been doing around providing support to people who are considered to be disadvantaged as they explore the potential of the Internet; identifying the participant’s “spark of interest” in getting online and/or developing new IT skills; encouraging the use of the Internet to support social-connectedness.
Jess McBeath (http://lemontreeconsulting.uk/about/), is founder of Lemon Tree Consulting (http://lemontreeconsulting.uk/) and delivers the sell-out e- safety course (http://www.childreninscotland.org.uk/training-and-events/sold-out-e-safety-practical-strategies-to-keep-children-safe-online) for Children in Scotland. Jess will be presenting tops tips for keeping vulnerable groups safe online.
Please find the agenda below:
9.30- 9.45 – Welcome and Introductions
9.45 – 10.05 - Glenn Liddall People Know How - Re:Connect project
10.05 - 10.25 - Jess McBeath Lemon Tree Consulting - Keeping vulnerable groups safe online.
10.25 - 10.40 - Refreshments
10.40 - 11. 20 - Digital Participation tools
12.20 - Summary and feedback
11.30 - Close
Please note - our speakers will have 20 minutes to deliver their main presentations with Q&As and discussion so there will be plenty of opportunities for everyone to get involved.
And if you're new to One Digital, please come along. Our doors are wide open and we'd love to see you there!