We are interesting in finding out how many households in Rotherham have an internet connection. (also would be useful to know how many don’t and where the hotspots of digital exclusion are).Any body…Continue
The next meeting will be at 10am on Wednesday 1st February 2017 at Springwell Gardens Community Centre.The meeting will discuss:Further digital champion trainingRMBC's your AccountProgress report on roll out of Superfast South YorkshireEveryone welcome. See More
Come along and join us at our free online lunch at Springwell Gardens Community Centre on Wednesday 19th October 2016. Bring your own computer tablet or smart phone or try one of ours and find out how getting online can make a big difference to your life. The session will be held between 12 noon and 2pm and is open to all.Volunteer digital champions will be on hand to help and show you how getting online is fun, easy and can save you money. Digital champions will give you one to one…See More
I think you can make some assumptions about where biggest concentrations of digitally excluded people will be. Namely:
economically deprived neighbourhoods
older age groups
But you need to dig under these headlines to find who is…"
"Hi Steve. Accurate information is difficult to track down, mainly because BT uses every house with a landline connection as a statistic, whether the line is used or not. Both Ofcom and the Office of National Statistics (ONS) have relevant data, but…"
We are interesting in finding out how many households in Rotherham have an internet connection. (also would be useful to know how many don’t and where the hotspots of digital exclusion are).Any body any ideas on signposting on who could help us find this info out?See More
The next meeting will be at 10am on Tuesday 5th April 2016 at Springwell Gardens Community Centre and is open to all.Draft AgendaItems to be discussed include undertaking evaluations of digital inclusion projects and the digital champions training. See More
A new free seven-week course is being planned for anyone interested in volunteering to help Rotherham residents get online. Digital Champions are local people who are already using the internet and who will gain through training the skills needed to be a Volunteer Digital Champion and the necessary knowledge to help communicate the benefits of going online.A free introductory session will be held between 10.30am and 12 noon on Thursday 7th April 2016 at Springwell Gardens Community Centre where…See More
Next meeting of RDIN will be at 10am on Tuesday 12th May 2015 at the Lifewise Centre in Hellaby.Note the change of venue - thanks to Diane Collins of South Yorkshire Police for use of the meeting room.All welcome. See More
Do you have some free time and a willingness to help out other people in your community? Rotherham Federation of Communities (RotherFed) are looking to recruit volunteer digital champions to engage residents to go online.RotherFed digital champions are local people who are already using the Internet and can encourage and support people to take the first steps to get online.To be a RotherFed Digital Champion, you need a willingness to help and support other residents to get online, a friendly…See More