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Thursday 28 March 2019

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As All Digital Week comes to a close this weekend, we’d like to say a huge thanks to everyone who got involved and tagged us on Twitter with your events. Missed out on the action? You can see what other organisations across Europe we're getting up to by checking out the hashtag #AllDigitalWeek.

As part of All Digital Week, we’re sharing the story of Iain, who was supported by Corinth Training a member of our DigitalYou network in Salford. Iain shares how getting online, and now volunteering, has helped him deal with the loss of his mum and re-engage with the world. Click the image below to hear his story.

If you, like us, are sad that All Digital Week has come to an end, don’t forget that our national digital inclusion campaign - Get Online Week, will return on Monday 14 October. Sign up for our Get Online Week newsletter to be the first to hear campaign updates.

using a family learning approach to engage and support ESOL learners. Thursday 11 April, 2 - 3pm. Hafsha Shaikh is a family learning expert who research and provides training on using family engage parents into learning. In this interactive webinar, Hafsha will be sharing how she implements intergenerational learning at Smartlyte in Birmingham. Register today.

We’re really happy to announce that our Voicebox Cafés project has been shortlisted for a
Festival of Learning award. It’s great to have the enthusiasm and hard work that the team, tutors, volunteers, and learners have put in recognised.

You can read more about the Voicebox Cafés project on the 
Online Centres Network website.

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