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Digital inclusion
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Digital inclusion

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  • 1. Digital Inclusion through Socially Engaged Practice: Nine Top TipsDr Constance FleuriotDr Roz Hallmay 2012
  • 2. kwmc.org.ukdcrc.org.uk
  • 3. The Basicsl Keep it simplel Keep it cheap/freel Keep it relevantl Give people time to learn new ways of using familiar technology
  • 4. Know the communityl DO build in plenty of time to build trust and mutual understanding with partners and local residentsl DONT have unrealistic expectations for a quick fix.
  • 5. Listenl DO listen to what people have to say and prove to them that you have taken their thoughts on board.l DONT ask lots of questions and then never be seen again.
  • 6. Devise innovative projects based on local prioritiesl DO involve people who you intend to work with in the planning of a project.l DONT try to devise projects independently of those the project is intended to benefit.
  • 7. Extend your reachl DO look for new ways of doing things, based on ideas that emerge during a project.l DONT keep doing things the same way because thats worked before, or because thats the way youve always done it.
  • 8. Value differencesl DO tailor the project to the specific needs and interests of individuals working with you.l DONT assume to know or anticipate the interests and needs of individuals on the basis of a group identity.
  • 9. Devise different ways to engage peoplel DO make sure that there are as many ways as possible to engage in any one project.l DONT define all the roles or ways of participating to the exclusion of new ideas that emerge through a project.
  • 10. Support people to develop in ways that are relevant to theml DO be prepared to revisit and change your objectives (the things you will do including the partner organisations or professionals you wll work with) if your original objectives wont help you to realise the aims of your work, or to have the impact you intended to have.l DONT adhere to irrelevant plans and objectives that dont interest people, to the detriment of your ability to realise your aims.
  • 11. Sustain engagement with peoplel DO support people to develop independence, through reflection and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) support, and signpost them to other relevant opportunities.l DONT limit peoples potential by thinking of them solely as participants.
  • 12. Work in partnershipl DO find out which organisations are respected by the community you want to work with and develop a relationship with them.l DONT assume no one else is doing anything in that community.
  • 13. Use everyday technologiesl Mobile phonesl Textl Twitterl Facebook
  • 14. Thumbprintcity.com
  • 15. Homelesssms.com
  • 16. Remember the basicsl Keep it simplel Keep it cheap/freel Keep it relevantl Give people time to learn new ways of using familiar technologyl Show people how to use twitterl Dont expect workers to use their own phones – buy a dedicated project phone so they dont have to give out their personal numbers
  • 17. Keeping in touchconstance@featherhouse.comdrrozhall@googlemail.com

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