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  • 20/20 Trust Multiple Categories

    The 20/20 Trust works across New Zealand to foster digital inclusion, digital literacy and digital skills. Over 20 years it has helped tens of thousands of New Zealanders. Programmes: include Computers in HomesKiwiSkills, ICDL, Stepping UP, Family Connect, Spark Jump and this map. Past programmes include NetDay, eDay & Living Heritage. 20/20 partners with InternetNZSpark Foundation, REAPs, libraries and many others.

    2020.org.nz    Wellington region

  • 23teaching: online course for NZ Multiple Categories

    23 Things for Teaching is a free online learning series for NZ teachers on digital technologies, from The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social Work. It contains resources from a self-paced online course run in 2016.

    www.23teaching.com    Auckland region

  • Community Comms Collective Research and resources

    Our volunteers help community organisations in Wellington and Auckland regions with communications expertise. mentoring, strategy and planning, media training, running workshops, writing, social media and website advice – we offer free web usability assessments for charities. Has good Media Contact list.

    www.communitycomms.org.nz/    Wellington region

  • Community Research Research and resources

    The Tangata Whenua, Community & Voluntary Sector Research Centre is an online place to share your research, find quality community-based research and toolkits and skilled researchers who work with communities.

    www.communityresearch.org.nz    Online, office in Wellington region

  • Digital Divide Heat map Research and resources

    This colour-coded, tailorable map shows digital divides that affect NZ. It combines socio-economic data, Internet infrastructure, geospatial mapping and Census and digital skill results from the OECD’s PIAAC survey with 20/20 Digital Inclusion map information. Viewers can select criteria to map aspects of/contributers to digital exclusion. The map is a joint project by InternetNZ and 20/20.

    digitaldivide.nz/    Nationwide region

  • Digital Inclusion – ITU Research and resources

    Digital Inclusion in the International Telecommunications Union promotes ICT accessibility and use for social/economic development of: * indigenous peoples and in rural areas; * people with disabilities; * women and girls; * youth and children. The site has resources for each group.

    www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Digital-Inclusion/    Online / International region

  • Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa Multiple Categories

    The Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa purpose is: to work collaboratively with Alliance Partners in delivering digital inclusion programmes to their communities; pursue funding for inclusion initiatives; provide a forum for sharing information, tools and resources, outcome metrics and results; be a voice for digitally under-served and disadvantaged communities; and promote a joined-up whole-of-community approach in pursuing a more digitally included society. The Alliance also coordinates the Stepping UP and Spark Jump programmes. Follow us @DigiAllianceNZ

    diaa.nz    Wellington based, programmes nationwide region

  • Digital Resources Research and resources

    Has articles, step-by-step instructions, tips and videos to help you understand technology and digital services. Offers free independent advice for businesses, schools, not for profits and individuals.  Also supports Digital Journey assessment tool on www.digitaljourney.org – get a free digital assessment and Action Plan on how to transform your Internet use.

    www.digitalresources.nz/    Online region

  • Digital Whanganui Research and resources

    Digital Whanganui is an online directory of services, products, organisations and individuals in Whanganui district who can help you realise digital opportunities. The Internet is disrupting business as usual. Fast change requires fast learning. This directory signposts local people . Who ya gonna call?

    www.digitalwhanganui.org.nz    Whanganui region

  • Good Things Foundations (UK) Multiple Categories

    “A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE BENEFITS FROM DIGITAL We are a social change charity, helping people to improve their lives through digital, working in thousands of communities across the UK and internationally to deliver deep impact at scale.”

    www.goodthingsfoundation.org/    UK / Online region

  • Hornby Library Computer Access

    Hornby Library is teaming up with Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to offer Spark Jump.

    Spark Jump is designed for families in low-income communities with the care of children (aged 0 to 18) who don’t have a current fixed broadband connection at home, and whose household is in a 4G coverage area.

    Workshop participants receive a free Wi-Fi modem and 30GB of data for $10 on a pre-paid service with no fixed contract.

    Classes are hosted by the library (check local class listings.) 

    Contact Roberta MacLean at Hornby Library for more information (03) 941 7879.

  • Innovation Partnership Multiple Categories

    The Partnership is a network of organisations that support digital innovation in New Zealand across business, education and government. It connects industry, government and not-for-profits, commissions research into important issues, and supports and promotes innovative digital projects.

    www.innovationpartnership.co.nz/    Nationwide region

  • InternetNZ: keeping our ‘net open and uncapturable Multiple Categories

    InternetNZ oversees  the Internet in New Zealand, manages the .nz domain names registry, and provides $500,000 per year to community organisations and individuals through events like NetHui, community grants, scholarships, research, awards and funding for strategic partners including Netsafe and the 20/20 Trust.

    internetnz.nz/    Wellington and Auckland region

  • Linkage Research and resources

    We use smart technology to help people access health and social services. Our directory of work related trainers includes digital skills trainers. Based in Hamilton, with staff in Bay of Plenty, Lakes, Taranaki, Wellington, Canterbury.

  • Ministry of Awesome: ideas sharing Research and resources

    Sharing of inspirational ideas and concepts, networking, learning – Coffee and Jam sessions.
    Open to all ideas and innovations.

    www.ministryofawesome.com    Canterbury region

  • National Broadband Map Research and resources

    Find what kind of internet you can get around New Zealand on the National Broadband Map. The National Broadband Map is provided by InternetNZ using Internet availability data supplied by network providers and with the help of the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment. The map may not be 100% accurate or quite complete, and welcomes contact by any provider of copper, fibre, mobile or wireless infrastructure.

    broadbandmap.nz/    Nationwide region

  • National Library Research and resources

    The Library has a wealth of digital resources, including DigitalNZ, National Digital Heritage Archive, and Living Heritage, where students celebrate the heritage of New Zealand and Pacific Islands, publishing their Heritage stories online.

    natlib.govt.nz    Wellington & Online region

  • Online or Nationwide resources

    Listed under Online or Nationwide you will find digital inclusion resources that have no one geographical location.

  • Puke Ariki Libraries (New Plymouth) Computer Access

    Puke Ariki Libraries (New Plymouth) free access to PCs and Wifi. As a DIAA partner will soon offer Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges. for families with children).

       Taranaki region