Posted 10.07.2019

Libraries NI is running a new project called the ‘Digital Citizen Project’ (DCP).

The DCP project, funded by Department for Communities, aims to deliver digital learning throughout Northern Ireland. The courses are aimed at people with limited digital skills can be delivered in formal group sessions or in learner led one to one eClinics.

eClinics – Short one-to-one IT advice and help sessions (30 – 45 minutes)

Go-On group sessions (1 – 2 hours) – see below.

Training sessions for groups and individuals and this support can be offered in a library or in a community setting. Training sessions can be tailored so that participants get exactly what they need to become a confident user of the internet and other digital technology.

Examples of Group Sessions:

Basic IT skills

Introduction to email

Intro to iPad/ More on the iPad

Photos on iPad

eBooks & eMagazines

Online Shopping

Travel

Health Online

Social Media

Scams Awareness

Online Privacy

There is no cost associated with delivery of sessions. It is completely FREE

Here is the link to the project video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BC4oj_DM3kE

Download the leaflet here.

If you would like any further information or would like to arrange session(s) contact Natassia Reilly, Information and Learning Officer, Digital Citizen Project, Libraries NI, m: 0791 2296 831 | e: [email protected]g.uk