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Webinar: Closing the digital divide

June 4th 2020

The Coronavirus outbreak has forced many people to move their lives on line. But it has been tough for people without access to the internet. What can be done to get more people included in the digital world?

Panel: tbc

Date:  15th July 2020
Time:  3pm

The Coronavirus outbreak has forced many people to move their lives on line, from Zoom meetings to internet shopping to Facebook quizzes and e-consultations with a GP.  It is likely that many of these changes will stick.

What does that mean for people who do not have access to the internet, e.g. because they do not have the money for a broadband line or computer or they do not have the skills?

Join this timely webinar to explore why digital inclusion matters now more than ever, and what can be done.

Why you should participate

By participating you will find out more about digital take up during the pandemic and learn about innovative approaches to get more people online in the future.

How to get involved

Attendance is free but you must register in advance by clicking the button below.  We welcome questions in advance as well as questions during the webinar, although we do not promise to be able to include every one.

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