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Presentation by Helen Milner, Chief Executive, Tinder Foundation, sets the background on how the Foundation is supporting wider community based digital inclusion initiatives.

Presentation by Helen Milner, Chief Executive, Tinder Foundation, sets the background on how the Foundation is supporting wider community based digital inclusion initiatives.

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    Digital Inclusion in a Digital Future | Helen Milner | April 2014 Digital Inclusion in a Digital Future | Helen Milner | April 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Digital Inclusion in a Digital Future Helen Milner @helenmilner 9th April 2014 Tinder Foundation makes these good things happen:
    • www.tindfoundation.org/DN
    • Goal is to create independent and confident internet users Not about broadband infrastructure Not about one-off usage
    • A Leading Digital Nation by 2020 With current efforts there will still be 6.2m people in 2020 without basic online skills. The total investment required to equip 100% of the UK adult population with the Basic Online Skills they need to regularly use the internet for themselves by 2020 is £875 million. We suggest investment might be split equally between Government; the private sector, and the voluntary and community sector. The investment required to ensure a nation with 100% Basic Online Skills will be £292 million for each sector. www.tinderfoundation.org/Nation2020
    • Local + Digital + Scale Free Optimised for mobile learning £232.4m
    • Moving people to online public services • No-one’s ‘spark’ to get digital skills is to interact with Government online (except to get a job) • After gaining digital skills via UK online centres (July 2013 data): – 81% visited central/local Government websites – 56% moved at least one face-to-face or telephone contact to an online contact with Government – average contacts moved online 5.8 in past month • Start with the fun stuff, but embed progression to your services (and Gov services) into their journey
    • * UJM = Universal Job Match * CHT = Community How To * ESOL = English for Speakers of Overseas Languages Scale of Impact(April 2013 – March 2014)5,000 hyperlocalpartners 25,000 volunteers
    • PEOPLE make good things happen People becoming a volunteer when he’s 93 years old as his mates aren’t getting the benefits of the web People helping job seekers to look for work online when they’ve not had a job for 10 years People helpingpatients to usedigital in theward and take ithome with them
    • Thank You helen@tinderfoundation.org @helenmilner on twitter tinderfoundation.org