iPad lending and help for the people you work with to get online in Leeds
A lack of digital skills can have a huge negative impact on a person’s life, and it’s those who are already at a disadvantage – through age, income, disability, unemployment, or education – that are most likely to be digitally excluded.
Leeds Libraries and Good Things Foundation – the UK’s leading digital inclusion charity – are working together to create 100% Digital Leeds, a cross sector collaboration ensuring everyone in the city has the digital skills they need.
Helping people to become digitally included will bring wider social benefits. Improved digital skills help people be better informed, pay less for things, be more employable, feel more independent, be less isolated, and live better, easier, longer lives.
Joining the 100% Digital Leeds movement can give you the tools to help the people you work with take their first steps with digital through the:
Find out more and join the movement here