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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, and over 20 years has helped tens of thousands of New Zealanders. Programmes include KiwiSkills, ICDL, Stepping UP and this Digital Inclusion map. Past programmes include Computers in Homes, NetDay, eDay and Living Heritage. 20/20 partners with InternetNZ (developing a Digital Exclusion HEAT), Spark Foundation (subsidised internet access), REAPs and libraries (digital skills training) and many others.

    2020.org.nz    Wellington region

  • Akoranga o Naenae Digital Inclusion Project

    A ‘school’ where students from different schools meet on a Friday to explore their passions, one of which is computer coding.  Led by teachers and held at River of Life Centre, Lower Hutt

    aonteachers.blogspot.co.nz    Wellington region

  • Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa Multiple Categories

    APNK provides free computing and Internet at 149 public libraries and 2 marae. Total of 750 PCs, 135 Wi-Fi, 152 printers, 20 scanners, recorders and 20 local heritage Kete. Some support and digital skills training. Government funded.

    www.aotearoapeoplesnetwork.org/content/partner-libraries    Nationwide, office in Christchurch region

  • Café Scientifique Auckland Digital Inclusion Project

    Cafe Scientifique is a discussion based forum where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology.  Auckland event details are here.

    www.cafescientifique.org    Auckland region

  • Café Scientifique Lower Hutt Digital Inclusion Project

    Cafe Scientifique is a discussion based forum where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology.  Lower Hutt event details are here.

    www.cafescientifique.org    Wellington region

  • Café Scientifique Tauranga Digital Inclusion Project

    Café Scientifique is a discussion based forum where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology.  Tauranga event details are here.

    www.cafescientifique.org    Bay of Plenty region

  • Capital E Education (Digital) Digital Inclusion Project

    Using the latest technology and software young people produce their own TV shows, music, soundtracks, computer games and animation in our multimedia production suite & TV studio.

    capitale.org.nz    Wellington region

  • Carisbrook Design Studio HTYN Digital Inclusion Project

    Carisbrook Design Studio after school works on projects in IT design, movie making, robotics and other creative applications. Part of the High Tech Youth Network.

    www.carisbrook.school.nz    Otago region

  • Central Plateau REAP Multiple Categories

    Offers Basic Computing course for adults and the internationally recognised ICDL certification. CP REAP was a Computers in Homes (Taranaki/Central North Island) Training Centre 2015/16 and 2016/17. Also provides low-cost website design (using Joomla) and web hosting including domain registration and email.

    www.reap.org.nz    Waikato region

  • Clubhouse Whanganui Digital Inclusion Project

    Clubhouse Whanganui (formerly Awa City Clubhouse) is a creative, safe, out-of-school learning place where young people from our community work with adult mentors to explore their ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence through using technology and music. Open Mon – Fri 3pm – 7pm term time and 1pm – 5pm school holidays. Free for 10 – 18 year-olds! Run by Nga Tai O te Awa (NTOTA).

     

    www.facebook.com/NgaTaiOTeAwa/    Whanganui region

  • CodeWorx Challenge Digital Inclusion Project

    The Codeworx Challenge is a national competition open to all New Zealand secondary schools. Students create a solution using a Raspberry Pi that solves a real world problem and/or is useful in someone’s everyday life.

    codeworx.co.nz    Nationwide region

  • Computers in Homes (20/20 and partners) Multiple Categories

    Computers in Homes worked with low-decile schools and Trusts to provide computer training, technical support, refurbished computers and subsidised Internet to around 19,000 students’ homes and families across New Zealand. A 20/20 Trust initiative, national funding ceased in June 2017; some local partners are continuing in their area and whilst their reserves last. Some are also seeking local funding.

    www.computersinhomes.org.nz    Nationwide region

  • Digital Community Trust (Digital Office), Dunedin Multiple Categories

    The Trust’s Digital Journey tool helps everyone use, understand and benefit from digital services. We offer tablet and smartphone training, digital education for schools and preschools, community digital strategy development, and business digital enablement training and mentoring. A 2020 partner.

    www.digitaloffice.co.nz/    Nationwide region

  • Digital Journey Project Digital Inclusion Project

    Check your computer skills! This neat little quiz lets you find out how internet savvy you are. Extra neat thing – it gives you the correct answers and any missing info afterwards. Takes 5 minutes and is recommended! From Palmerston North City Council and Manawatu Chamber of Commerce.

    pncccitizen.digitaljourney.nz/    Manawatu region

  • DIGITS Palmerston North Multiple Categories

    DIGITS Trust is providing laptops, Internet access and training to 1,000 households with school-aged children in Palmerston North. DIGITS works with Roslyn and other communities (school, families and volunteer tutors) around the provision of Chrome books to students, and internet. The aim is sustainable digital inclusion for 1,000 households. DIGITS is a Spark Jump partner.

    digits.org.nz    Manawatu region

  • Fab Lab Wellington: invention playground Digital Inclusion Project

    Fab Lab Wgtn is a Massey digital fabrication laboratory, a creative ecosystem. Maker Monday is a free/low cost project-based open evening for community learning & engagement.

    www.fablabwgtn.co.nz    Wellington region

  • FabLabChch Citizen Innovation Space Digital Inclusion Project

    Fab Lab Chch provides access to the modern tools of invention, in a creative innovation space for Christchurch citizens to prototype new solutions to local problems.

    www.fablabchch.org.nz    Canterbury region

  • fre3formD Digital Inclusion Project

    Fre3FormD’s founder Gordon Dykes is passionate about equipping NZ students with 3-d design and printing skills. He offers free introductory sessions, and designs and makes 3-D printers suitable for schools.

    www.fre3formd.co.nz    Wellington region

  • Greater Christchurch Schools Network Digital Inclusion Project

    GCSN is creating a community of connected schools, teaching professionals and educational resources in the greater Christchurch region utilising the high speed fibre optic network infrastructure being installed by Enable Networks. GCSN is a Spark Jump partner

    www.facebook.com/gcsntrust/    Canterbury region

  • Hour of Code Digital Inclusion Project

    The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries with 253 events in NZ in 2016. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event, using free resources, during Computer Science Education Week in early December. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104.

    hourofcode.com/    Nationwide region

  • ICT Connect Digital Inclusion Project

    ICT-Connect is IT Professionals NZ (ITP) national in-school programme which inspires and educates young people about their future in the ICT industry. It puts software and Information Technology (IT) professionals face-to-face with students in class, where they introduce diverse opportunities and pathways in their industry.

    www.ictconnect.org.nz    Nationwide region

  • impactNPO (Auckland) Digital Inclusion Project

    impactNPO get IT volunteers (you) with a wide range of skills to come in and help local charities and not for profit organisations (NPOs) with their IT challenges.

    We do this through running fun, high-energy and impact weekend Charity Hackathons events. On Friday evening, NPOs do a pitch about what they do and what their issues are, then volunteers form self-organising teams around an NPO of their choice. The teams then have a goal for the weekend to produce something useful.

    www.meetup.com/impactNPO/    Auckland region

  • impactNPO (Wellington) Digital Inclusion Project

    impactNPO get IT volunteers (you) with a wide range of skills to come in and help local charities and not for profit organisations (NPOs) with their IT challenges.

    We do this through running fun, high-energy and impact weekend Charity Hackathons events. On Friday evening, NPOs do a pitch about what they do and what their issues are, then volunteers form self-organising teams around an NPO of their choice. The teams then have a goal for the weekend to produce something useful.

    www.meetup.com/impactNPO/    Wellington region

  • Manukau City Baptist Church Digital Inclusion Project

    Manukau City Baptist Church offers plenty of opportunities to be involved, where you can meet others, grow, get needs met and serve others as well. Offers budgetting, job seeking, parenting, marriage courses etc and Spark Jump (subsidised pre-pay home broadband) as a 20/20 partner.

    www.citybaptist.org.nz/    Auckland region

  • MindLab Gisborne Multiple Categories

    The Mind Lab by Unitec is an education collaboration dedicated to enhancing digital literacy capability and the implementation of contemporary practice in the teaching profession. Business children & school groups courses planned.

    themindlab.com    Gisborne & East Coast region

  • MindLab Wellington Multiple Categories

    The Mind Lab by Unitec is an education collaboration dedicated to enhancing digital literacy capability and the implementation of contemporary practice in the teaching profession. Business children & school groups courses planned.

    themindlab.com    Wellington region

  • Naenae Clubhouse Multiple Categories

    One of two Hutt City Library clubhouses, creative technology spaces for people aged 10-18, and totally free! Have fun with robotics, animation, 3D design, arts & crafts, sound recording, video production, graphic design, game creation and more. Helpful mentors include musicians, librarians, artists… Open during school term 3pm-7pm.

    www.facebook.com/NaenaeClubhouse    Wellington region

  • National Science-Technology Roadshow Digital Inclusion Project

    NZ’s premiere hands-on science education programme. Live shows, hands-on exhibits and teacher resources that broaden student knowledge and experience; connecting with science and technology and the world around them.  Every year the Science Roadshow is experienced by around 47,000 students, 6000 teachers and accompanying adults from over 600 schools nationwide!

    www.roadshow.org/    Nationwide region

  • Neighbourly Digital Inclusion Project

    Neighbourly lets you connect with neighbours and community using a private local website. It’s a free service to make your neighbourhood a safer, better place to live. Share news on events, issues, lost pets…

    www.neighbourly.co.nz    Online (Auckland based) region

  • NetHui 2017 – InternetNZ Multiple Categories

    NetHui brings everybody and anybody that wants to talk about the Internet together. NetHui is made for the community, by the community. The programme isn’t decided by InternetNZ – it’s designed by the people who want to go. There are usually education/technical/inclusion sessions.

    Save the date: Nethui 2017 – 9th to 10th November, Auckland’s Aotea Centre.

    Read about or watch interesting videos from previous NetHuis.

    internetnz.nz/events/nethui    Auckland region

  • Network 4 Learning Auckland Digital Inclusion Project

    The Government created Network 4 Learning (N4L) builds and manages a network for New Zealand’s 2500+ schools and creates an environment that encourages the uptake of digital learning in a seamless way.

    www.n4l.co.nz    Nationwide service, office in Auckland region

  • Network 4 Learning Wellington Digital Inclusion Project

    The Government created Network 4 Learning (N4L) builds and manages a network for New Zealand’s 2500+ schools and creates an environment that encourages the uptake of digital learning in a seamless way.

    www.n4l.co.nz    Nationwide service, Wellington office region

  • Ngā Mataapuna Oranga Computer Training

    We are about whānau transformation, with whānau setting their own goals and direction to self manage. We strive to educate and improve lives and lifestyles through Whānau Ora, clinical Services and workforce development. A 20/20 Trust Computers in Homes partner.

    www.nmo.org.nz/    Bay of Plenty region

  • Ngā Tai O Te Awa (NTOTA) Multiple Categories

    NgāTai O Te Awa (NTOTA) is a Maori Development Organisation committed to the pursuit of excellence and successful futures for Maori whānau, hapū and iwi. NTOTA provides health, innovation and development services, runs Clubhouse Whanganui and is a 20/20 Spark Jump  and Stepping UP partner. The Spark Foundation’s Spark Jump brings heavily subsidised pre-pay home broadband to families with school-aged children and no internet connection. Co-located with Clubhouse Whanganui.

    www.facebook.com/NgaTaiOTeAwa/    Whanganui region

  • OMG Tech! Digital Inclusion Project

    OMG Tech! plans to open up the world of future tech to every Kiwi kid. Over 3 years OMGTech aims to give every primary & intermediate school in NZ the chance to take part in its award winning workshops, connecting over 4,000 industry volunteers as role models and inspirers.

    www.omgtech.co.nz    Auckland region

  • Online or Nationwide resources

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

  • Pond, the Network for Learning Portal Digital Inclusion Project

    The best place of its kind for New Zealand educators and learners to discover, share and grow. It is a great resource sharing site for teachers, and for providers of content or services to New Zealand schools.

    www.pond.co.nz    Online region

  • Remarkit – Auckland Digital Inclusion Project

    Remark-it commission, decommission and remarket IT equipment, with significant projects with New Zealand’s and Australia’s biggest companies and government agencies. We refurbish computers for 2020’s Computers in Homes.

    www.remarkit.co.nz/    Auckland region

  • Remarkit (Wellington) Digital Inclusion Project

    Remark-it commission, decommission and remarket IT equipment, with significant projects with New Zealand’s and Australia’s biggest companies and government agencies. We refurbish computers for 2020’s Computers in Homes.

    www.remarkit.co.nz/    Wellington region

  • Robocup Junior Digital Inclusion Project

    RCJNZ is a unique event that excites and motivates students. Students participating in RoboCup Junior New Zealand events may choose Robot Theatre, Rescue or Soccer.

    www.robocupjunior.org.nz    Canterbury region

  • Spark Jump Digital Inclusion Project

    Spark Foundation’s Spark Jump is bringing heavily subsidised home broadband to thousands of New Zealand children. Online learning at home and strong whanau engagement is crucial for our young people to succeed, but many school-age children in low-income communities don’t have broadband at home. Spark Jump helps solve this Digital Divide, working with local community-based organisations who identify eligible families, so their children have digital access at school and at home.

    www.steppingup.nz/spark-jump/    Nationwide region

  • STEAM Ahead Digital Inclusion Project

    STEAM ahead is a series of events that help mums and their teenage daughters meet women who work in Science, Engineering and Technology fields. We want to see more women choose careers that are both fulfilling and future-proof.

    www.steam-ahead.org    Nationwide region

  • Studio 274 Multiple Categories

    Studio 274 is an after-school community centre that helps young people design their future by providing access to high-tech skills, advanced technology, positive and creative mentors and career pathways.

    www.studio274.org.nz    Auckland region

  • Taita Clubhouse Multiple Categories

    One of two Hutt City Library clubhouses, creative technology spaces for people aged 10-18, and totally free! Have fun with robotics, animation, 3D design, arts & crafts, sound recording, video production, graphic design, game creation and more. Helpful mentors include musicians, librarians, artists… Open during school term 3pm-7pm.

    www.facebook.com/TaitaClubhouse/    Wellington region

  • Tamatea High School Digital Inclusion Project

    Online learning at home and strong whanau engagement is crucial for our young people to succeed, but many school-age children in low-income communities don’t have broadband. Spark Jump is bringing heavily subsidised home broadband to these New Zealand children. Tamatea High School is a Spark Jump partner.

    tamatea.school.nz/    Hawke's Bay region

  • Wairarapa REAP Multiple Categories

    Wairarapa REAP (Rural Education Activities Programmes) provides a wide variety of digital learning, including… Computers In Homes, KiwiSkills, Computers for Nannas and Poppas, iPad, iPhone, Android Phone, Android Tablets, PC Training, Macintosh Training etc.  and is a Spark Jump partner.

    www.waireap.org.nz/    Wairarapa region

  • WestREAP (Hokitika) Multiple Categories

    WestREAP offers a range of computer and digital communication courses from beginner to advanced. Programmes include Stepping UP, Computers in Homes, KiwiSkills, Digital Literacy and ICDL.

    www.westreap.org.nz/    West Coast region

  • Whangarei Central Library Multiple Categories

    Internet (10 computers, user pays), E-Resource (6 computers, MS and selected websites, for research, homework, CVs, training), Genealogy (3 computers for family history/whakapapa research), 3CS Computer Club (weekly, not holidays), Free Wi-Fi (30 min – CBDs). Also a Spark Jump partner.

    www.whangarei-libraries.com    Northland region

  • William Colenso College and the Matariki Community of Learning Digital Inclusion Project

    Online learning at home and strong whanau engagement is crucial for our young people to succeed, but many school-age children in low-income communities don’t have broadband. Spark Jump is bringing heavily subsidised home broadband to these New Zealand children. William Colenso College is a Spark Jump partner.

    colenso.school.nz/    Hawke's Bay region