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Unite against COVID-19

During the COVID lockdown, non-essential programmes will be suspended.

See COVID-19 for details.

Skinny Jump will continue as far as possible – see the Skinny Map for lockdown contact details.

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  • 20/20 Trust Multiple Categories

    20/20 Trust

    Kaupapa / The reason we exist.

    A Better Aotearoa New Zealand. Using our skills and experience to foster community well-being.

    Te Mahi / The work we do.

    Prepare people and equip communities for the digital future. Provide access, skills, confidence and motivation.

    Te Tangata / The people we work with.

    Through our community partners – reaching out to those who are digitally excluded and hard to reach.

    Whanaungataga / The approach we take.

    Trustworthy, responsive, respectful, open and vibrant

    We offer Connect Programmes across New Zealand  Family Connect, Refugee Connect, CiH Connect, Northland Connect and Pasifika Seniors Connect,

    2020.org.nz    Wellington region

  • 2020 COVID-19: Programme Status Multiple Categories

    Unite against COVID-19

    The COVID-19 lockdown is affecting all programmes, and many will be suspended.

    Programme status (if known) during the Lockdown:

    • Skinny Jump (previously called Spark Jump) is continuing with a new no-contact process and eligibility has been extended. However, not all partners will be operating.
    • Family Connect, Northland Connect, Pasifika Seniors Connect, Refugee Connect and Stepping UP classes are suspended.

    Other: Computers in Home is no longer operating through schools; ICDL and KiwiSkills was terminated last year.

       All New Zealand 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

  • Alexandra Library Multiple Categories

    As a DIAA partner, Alexandra Library offers Stepping UP – free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes and Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact Louise Fleck 03 448 9412.

  • 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

  • Balclutha Library Multiple Categories

    Balclutha Library offers Stepping UP – free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes;  and Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    For more info contact vicki.darling@cluthadc.govt.nz, ring 03 4181677 or 021334321.

  • Bluff Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. Offers Stepping UP – free computer & internet training for adults, in easy steps, in informal, friendly classes; and Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact cynthia.smith@ilibrary.co.nz, ring 03 211 1444.

    www.ilibrary.co.nz    Southland 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 (Central REAP) Training Centre 2015/16 and 2016/17. Also provides low-cost website design (using Joomla) and web hosting including domain registration and email.

    Coming soon! Spark Jump – pre-pay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges. Contact Linda Moss at: lindamoss@reap.org.nz or check our local listings.

    www.reap.org.nz    Waikato region

  • Citizen AI – legal information Chatbots Digital Inclusion Project

    Under development: legal information ChatBots: Wagbot – for school issues; Rentbot – housing law; Lagbot – prisoners’ rights; Workbot – workplace issues. Being developed by Citizen AI project,  Community Law Wellington. Advisory information development only. Visit Community Law office for legal advice.  Listen to Radio NZ Interview for more information

     

  • 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

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

    Computers in Homes works with low-decile schools and Trusts to provide computer training, technical support, refurbished computers and subsidised Internet to families across New Zealand. A 20/20 Trust digital inclusion initiative it has reached 19,000 students’ homes. Funding is being restored by the coalition government; meanwhile some local partners continue with their reserves.

    www.computersinhomes.org.nz    Nationwide region

  • Darfield Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users.  The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner and is to be a DIAA partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes). Contact Contact maria.mudgway@selwyn.govt.nz, 03 318 7780 or check out local class listings.

    www.selwynlibrary.co.nz/home    Canterbury 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 Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa Multiple Categories

    The Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) 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 Skinny Jump programmes.

    diaa.nz    Wellington based, programmes 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

  • Digital Seniors programme (Hawke’s Bay) Digital Inclusion Project

    The Digital Seniors computer literacy programme from the Positive Ageing Trust gives older people in Hawke’s Bay an opportunity to learn computer skills that enable them to stay connected to their family members and their friends.  Courses are elderly friendly, and tailored and paced for each small group of participants.

    Courses are running at present (2017) at Heretaunga Seniors Hastings, Age Concern Waipukurau and Age Concern Wairoa.

  • DIGITS Charitable Trust Multiple Categories

    DIGITS Charitable Trust offers supported access to the internet and laptop devices in the home for qualifying school aged families and Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact Bronwyn Meads 027 302 2888.

    digits.org.nz    Manawatu region

  • Fab Lab Chch 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. Fab Lab Chch offers access digital fabrication machines, electronic boards and sensors for developing prototypes, it has 15 laptops, and 3 highly spec’d PCs for CAD, 3D modelling and VR/AR development and a range of Virtual Reality equipment.

    www.fablabchch.org.nz    Canterbury 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

  • Federation of New Zealand SeniorNet Societies Computer Training

    SeniorNet brings older adults and technology together in a friendly, fun and stress-free way. It’s for people over the age of 50 who’d like to learn more about technology and what it can do for them. Small, well organised classes, with volunteer tutors, in 80 branches nationwide

    www.seniornet.co.nz    Nationwide 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.facebook.com/Fre3formD/    Wellington region

  • Glen Innes School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.gleninnes.school.nz    Auckland region

  • Glen Taylor School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.glentaylor.school.nz    Auckland region

  • Glenbrae Primary School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.glenbrae.school.nz    Auckland region

  • Gore Library Digital Literacy Hub Multiple Categories

    Free internet computers and Wi-Fi at Gore and Mataura Libraries; free basic help with your eReader or other device. Fees for printing and scanning. Offers (soon) Stepping UP – free computer & internet training for adults, in easy steps, in informal, friendly classes; and (soon) Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges; for families with children. Contact lwestonwebb@goredc.govt.nz, 03 203 9115 or check local class listings. . A Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) partner and Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner.

  • 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.

    www.facebook.com/gcsntrust/    Canterbury region

  • Havelock North Library Multiple Categories

    Hastings District Libraries offers free public internet access for one hour per person per day; Online databases, eBooks and eAudiobooks available.

    The library also offers Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. 

    Contact Kate Petersen on 06 871 5000 or go online to: www.hastingslibraries.co.nz

    www.hastingslibraries.co.nz    Hawke's Bay region

  • HB Williams Memorial Library Multiple Categories

    24/7 free wireless, EPIC dbases, GiveME+GivUS funding dbases, e-book+audio books for loan, Gisborne Photo News online, Free access to internet PCs.  CatalogueTwitter,  flickr, hbwlbuilding and a 20/20 partner will soon offer Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and (soon) Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges. for families with children). Check out upcoming Stepping UP and Spark Jump classes in the region.

    www.gisbornelibrary.wordpress.com    Gisborne & East Coast region

  • Hive Dunedin  Multiple Categories

    Hive Dunedin creates opportunities for youth that enable learning through hands-on making and exploration with peers and mentors and that develop digital and web literacy skills for future success. @HiveDunedin is a open network of youth-serving organizations, educators, teachers, schools, museums, and cultural institutions across the city.

    www.hivedunedin.com    Otago 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

  • Johnsonville Library Multiple Categories

    Johnsonville Library offers internet access and free wi-fi and, as a DIAA partner, offers Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and (soon) Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges). Contact heather.mccaskill@wcc.govt.nz, 04 477 6151 or check local course listings.

  • Kaikohe Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner and is a DIAA partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and Skinny Jump – pre-pay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges.

    Contact Joanna Boyd on 09 401 2416 or check local course listings.

  • Kawakawa Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. Also Skinny Jump – pre-pay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges. Contact Megan Hindmarsh 09 404 3045

  • Linwood Library Multiple Categories

    Linwood Library has public computers and wifi, is a DIAA partner, will soon be offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes – check local class listings) and is offering  Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Sam Ludemann 03 941 7923.

  • Mackenzie College & Community Library Multiple Categories

    Mackenzie College & Community Library has teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to offer Stepping UP (check local class listings) – free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes.

    Another service on offer is  Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact Bron Williams on  (03) 685 8560 .

    Send Email    Canterbury region

  • Maketu Health & Social Services Multiple Categories

    In addition to health and social services, Maketu, as a DIAA partner, offers 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). Contact amanda-jane.mcfadden@westernbay.govt.nz, 07 571 8008 or check local class listings.

    www.maketuhauora.co.nz/    Bay of Plenty region

  • Manukau City Baptist Church Digital Inclusion Project

    Manukau City Baptist Church provides opportunities to be involved in your community; where you can meet others, get support and help others.  MCBC offers budgeting advice, supports with job seeking, parenting and marriage courses etc.

    Also on offer: Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges, for families with children under the age of 18. Contact Norah  at admin@citybaptist.org.nz, 09 278 8998.

    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

  • Miramar Library Multiple Categories

    Miramar  Library has free access to computers, WiFi, scanning, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers.

    The library has teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide low-cost and financially flexible connectivity.

    Skinny Jump is prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact Lauryn Hedley on 04 388 8005.

    Send Email    Wellington region

  • Naenae Clubhouse Multiple Categories

    One of two clubhouses that are part of Hutt City Libraries. Clubhouses are creative technology space for people aged 10-18, and totally free to use! Have fun with robotics, animation, 3D design, arts & crafts, sound recording, video production, graphic design, game creation and more. Work with adult mentors to explore ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence through the use of technology.

    Open during school term 3pm-7pm and school holidays 1pm-5pm.

    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

  • 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 co-located with Clubhouse Whanganui.

    Is a DIAA partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and
    Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Alaska Dobbs alaska@ntota.co.nz, 06 348 9902.

    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.

  • Opotiki Library Multiple Categories

    Opotiki Districk Library provides free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) and partners with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes – check local course listings) and Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges Contact joh@odc.govt.nz, 07 315 6170.

    opotiki.kotui.org.nz    Bay of Plenty region

  • Ōtaki Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users; is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and is a 20/20 partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and (soon) Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges). Contact mallory.mattmuller@kapiticoast.govt.nz, 06 364 8039 or check local course listings.

    www.kapiticoastlibraries.govt.nz    Wellington region

  • Oxford Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users, and as a 20/20 partner offers Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Jason Clements jason.clements@wmk.govt.nz, 03 311 8901.

  • Panmure Bridge School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.panmurebridge.school.nz    Auckland region

  • Paraparaumu Library Multiple Categories

    Paraparaumu Library offers free access to PCs and WiFi for library users, is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and is a 20/20 partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and (soon) Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges). Contact mallory.mattmuller@kapiticoast.govt.nz, 04 296 4882 or check local course listings.

    www.kapiticoastlibraries.govt.nz    Wellington region

  • 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

  • Pt England School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.ptengland.school.nz    Auckland region

  • Rangiora Library Multiple Categories

    Rangiora Library offers free access to PCs and WiFi and A4 flatbed scanner for library users. Is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner.  The Library also has teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to offer Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes – check local class listings) and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact: jason.clements@wmk.govt.nz 03 311 8901.

  • 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

  • Rotorua Library Multiple Categories

    Rotorua Library has free access to computers, WiFi, scanning, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers.  Gain technology skills including online searching, job applications, local and family history/whakapapa.

    The library has also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide Stepping UP; free computer & internet classes delivered in easy 2 hour steps in subjects relevant to your life and work (check local class listings).

    They also offer the low-cost and financially flexible connectivity initiative, Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges.

    Contact Pani Taiepa on 07 348 4177.

    Send Email    Bay of Plenty region

  • Ruapotaka School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.ruapotaka.school.nz/    Auckland region

  • Skinny Jump Digital Inclusion Project

    Skinny Jump is for New Zealanders who don’t have a broadband connection at home because cost is a barrier.

    Jump is a flexible pre-paid service, offering 30 days/30 GB of data for just $5, a quarter of the price of the cheapest commercial services available.
    No fibre or landline connection, no installation cost, no credit references or credit checks needed.

    It is for those most at risk of digital exclusion:

    • Families with children
    • Job seekers
    • Seniors
    • People with disabilities
    • Refugees and migrant communities
    • Those in social housing

    Find out if you can get Jump.

    DIAA is the national Jump partner, working with local partners who make Jump available in their area. Contact your local partner or read full details here. 

    Skinny Jump replaces Spark Foundation’s Spark Jump.

    www.skinny.co.nz/jump/home/    Nationwide region

  • Sommerville School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.sommervillespecial.school.nz    Auckland region

  • Southern REAP (GORE) Computer Training

    Southern REAP provides classes across Rural Southland, Fiordland and in the Wakatipu, including many introductory computer and internet courses, and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Jonelle McDowall 027 269 7547.

    southernreap.co.nz    Southland region

  • Southern REAP (WINTON) Computer Access

    Southern REAP provides classes across Rural Southland, Fiordland and in the Wakatipu, including many introductory computer and internet courses, and is a DIAA partner for Stepping UP(check local course listings) and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Jonelle McDowall 027 269 7547.

    southernreap.co.nz    Southland region

  • Spark Jump is now Skinny Jump Digital Inclusion Project

    Spark Foundation’s Spark Jump (now called Skinny Jump) is for New Zealanders who don’t have a broadband connection at home because cost is a barrier.

    Jump is a flexible pre-paid service, offering 30GB of data for just $5, a quarter of the price of the cheapest commercial services available.
    No fibre or landline connection, no installation cost, no credit references or credit checks needed.

    It is for those most at risk of digital exclusion:

    • Families with children
    • Job seekers
    • Seniors
    • People with disabilities
    • Refugees and migrant communities
    • Those in social housing

    Find out if you can get Jump.

    DIAA is the national Jump partner, working with local partners who make Jump available in their area. Contact your local partner or read full details here. 

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

  • St Patrick’s School (Panmure) Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.saintpatricks.school.nz/    Auckland region

  • St Pius X Catholic School (Glen Innes) Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.saintpiusx.school.nz    Auckland 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

  • Stokes Valley Library (Community Hub) Multiple Categories

    Part of Hutt city Libraries, Stokes Valley Library offers public access computers, free WiFi, eBooks, eNewspapers, eMagazines, and other digital resources;friendly informal training at free Stepping UP computer classes (check out your local classes); tech, science and coding workshops – check the library website for upcoming events; and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Matthew Davies 04 562 9050.

    library.huttcity.govt.nz    Wellington region

  • Stonefields School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.stonefields.school.nz/    Auckland region

  • Stratford Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and a DIAA partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes – check local course listings) and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Bridget Roper 06 7655403.

  • 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 clubhouses that are part of Hutt City Libraries. Clubhouses are creative technology space for people aged 10-18, and totally free to use! Have fun with robotics, animation, 3D design, arts & crafts, sound recording, video production, graphic design, game creation and more. Work with adult mentors to explore ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence through the use of technology.

    Open during school term 3pm-7pm and school holidays 1pm-5pm.

    www.facebook.com/TaitaClubhouse/    Wellington region

  • TaiTech – Tairāwhiti Technology Trust Multiple Categories

    Tairāwhiti Technology (TaiTech) educate and empower people in the Gisborne region to become capable, creative and confident life-long learners.  TaiTech supports technology-based learning facilities located in communities with high levels of deprivation and limited access to new technology. They are committed to supporting communities around the region to establish “drop-in” technology centres that allow local people to learn about anything computer related.

    A partner of the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa, TaiTech also delivers Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Polly Crawford 021 258 2474.

    www.taitech.co.nz/    Gisborne & East Coast region

  • Tamaki College Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.tamaki.ac.nz    Auckland region

  • Tamaki School Digital Inclusion Project

    The school is in the Manaiakalani programme, that improves student achievement significantly in low decile schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, the programme enables learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace; supports parents buying a personal digital device for each learner; provides wireless internet at home and school; and supports teachers in pedagogical innovation.

    www.tamakiprimary.school.nz    Auckland 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 20/20 partner for Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges, for families with children. Check out upcoming Spark Jump setup sessions.

    tamatea.school.nz/    Hawke's Bay region

  • Tararua District Library (Dannevirke) Multiple Categories

    Tararua Libraries in Dannevirke and Woodville have free access to computers, WiFi, scanning, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers.  Gain technology skills including online searching, job applications, local and family history/whakapapa.

    The libraries have also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide Stepping UP; free computer & internet classes delivered in easy 2 hour steps in subjects relevant to your life and work; check local class listings.

    They also offer Skinny Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Heather Taylor on 06 374 4255

     

  • Tawa Library (Mervyn Kemp Library) Multiple Categories

    Mervyn Kemp (Tawa) Library offers internet access and free wi-fi and, as a 20/20 partner, offers Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and (soon) Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges). Contact heather.mccaskill@wcc.govt.nz, 04 232 1690 or check local course listings.

    www.wcl.govt.nz/about/branches/mervyn/    Wellington region

  • Te Anau Library Multiple Categories

    Winton Library has free access to computers, WiFi, scanning, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers.  Gain technology skills including online searching, job applications, local and family history/whakapapa.

    The library has also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide low-cost and financially flexible connectivity.

    Jump is a pre-pay internet connection designed for families with children aged up to 18 who don’t have a current broadband connection at home, and whose household is in a 4G/4G700 coverage area.

    Workshop participants receive a free Wi-Fi modem and their first 30GB of data is free.  Top-ups are $10 for 30GB on a pre-pay service – there is no fixed contract required.

    Contact Raewyn Patton on 0800 732 542 or check local class listings.

    Send Email    Southland region

  • Te Kauwhata Community House – DISC Digital Inclusion Project

    Te Kauwhata & Districts Information and Support Centre (DISC) offers a whole range of community and support services and is a DIAA partner for Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Jo Mako 07 826 4303.

  • Te Kuiti Community House Multiple Categories

    Te Kuiti Community House provides access to PCs and WiFi for users, and is a drop in centre with computing and photocopying facilities available to the public.

    The Community House has also teamed up with the Web Access Waikato to provide  Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Desiree on 07 878 5272

     

    Send Email    Waikato region

  • Te Mana o Kupe Computer Access

    Te Mana o Kupe Trust works with Porirua East rangatahi, their whānau and teachers to empower them, and equip our communities for the future, by making digital technology accessible and affordable.

    As a DIAA partner we offer Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges; for families with children.

    JUMP is a pre-pay internet connection designed for families with children aged up to 18 who don’t have a current broadband connection at home, and whose household is in a 4G/4G700 coverage area.

    Contact Rebecca Evans at: rebecca@tmok.org.nz; or 027 244 1333

    You can check our listing here.

     

     

    tmok.org.nz/    Wellington region

  • Te Manawa (Massey Library) Multiple Categories

    Te Manawa provides free access to computers, WiFi, scanning, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers and focussed work/study. Through their book a librarian service you can also access support for online searching, basic computer skills – using email, Word, social media, and the internet, accessing council information, help with digital devices, local and family history/whakapapa. Te Manawa also provides low cost access to printing and 3D printing facilities. There is a Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) with JP services on site.

    Te Manawa has also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Jo Cocker 09 377 0209.

     

     

    www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/    Auckland 0814 region

  • Te Whare Kokonga Community House – Melville Community House Multiple Categories

    Te Whare Kokonga Community House provides Melville Community Wireless –  free wifi internet for mobile devices to qualifying families & individuals. Te Whare is also a DIAA partner for  Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Erana Cassidy 07 843 8811.

    www.facebook.com/tewharek/    Waikato region

  • Tuakau Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner and is soon to be a 20/20 partner offering 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). Contact sally.clark@waidc.govt.nz, 09 236 9823 or check local courses listing.

  • Twizel Community Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users, in Twizel Area School. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and (soon) a 20/20 partner offering 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). Contact jan.spriggs@gmail.com, 021 104 46051 or check out local course listings.

    twizel.wordpress.com/facilities/    Timaru - Oamaru region

  • Valley Baptist Community Centre Computer Training

    Valley Baptist Community Centre supports parents and families by partnering with organisations to provide parenting programmes including; Space for You and Your Baby, and Parenting Place Toolbox.  Stepping UP, is a free community digital skills programme coming soon which will include the JUMP initiative.  JUMP – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges; for families with children under the age of 18.  $10 for 30GB. Contact Amy Souquet at trust.valleybaptist@gmail.com 03 473 9413, or check local class listings. 

    03 473 9413    Otago region

  • Waikanae Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users; the library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and is a 20/20 partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and (soon) Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges). Contact mallory.mattmuller@kapiticoast.govt.nz, 04 296 4760 or check local courses listing.

    www.kapiticoastlibraries.govt.nz    Wellington region

  • Waipawa Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi and A3 flatbed scanner for library users. As a DIAA partner offers Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact sue.fargher@chbdc.govt.nz, 06 857 8123.

    www.chblibrary.nz/    Hawke's Bay region

  • Waipukurau Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library as a DIAA partner offers Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and  Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact sue.fargher@chbdc.govt.nz, 06 857 8123.

    www.chblibrary.nz/    Hawke's Bay region

  • Wairarapa REAP Multiple Categories

    Wairarapa REAP (Rural Education Activities Programmes) provides a wide variety of digital learning, including: Computers for Nannas and Poppas, iPad, iPhone, Android Phone, Android Tablets, PC Training, Macintosh Training etc. and  Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Peter McNeur 06 377 1379.

    www.waireap.org.nz/    Wairarapa region

  • Wairoa ICT Club Multiple Categories

    Wairoa ICT Club offers three collaborative computer clubs: Gaming club every Saturday, establishing Online Business club every Monday evening and Coding club every Tuesday evening. The Club opened officially in 2016 and now has over 400 members with 60 to 80 members attending club activities each week.

    The club has also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide low-cost and financially flexible connectivity.

    Jump is a pre-pay internet connection designed for families with children aged up to 18 who don’t have a current broadband connection at home, and whose household is in a 4G/4G700 coverage area.

    Workshop participants receive a free Wi-Fi modem and their first 30GB of data is free.  Top-ups are $10 for 30GB on a pre-pay service – there is no fixed contract required.

    Contact andrew@curve.co.nz, 021 797 117 or check local course listing.

    curve.co.nz/wairoa-ict-club/    Hawke's Bay 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

  • Whakatane Library Multiple Categories

    Whakatane Library has free access to computers, WiFi, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers.  Gain technology skills including online searching, job applications, local and family history/whakapapa.

    The library has also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide low-cost and financially flexible connectivity.

    Jump is a pre-pay internet connection designed for families with children aged up to 18 who don’t have a current broadband connection at home, and whose household is in a 4G/4G700 coverage area.

    Workshop participants receive a free Wi-Fi modem and their first 30GB of data is free.  Top-ups are $10 for 30GB on a pre-pay service – there is no fixed contract required.

    Contact the library at library.staff@whakatane.govt.nz, 07 306 0509 or check local class listings.

    www.whakatane.govt.nz/library    Bay of Plenty region

  • Whangarei Central Library Multiple Categories

    Offers 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). The library has also teamed up with the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa to provide Stepping UP – free computer & internet training for adults, in easy steps, in informal, friendly classes; and Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges; for families with children.

    JUMP is a pre-pay internet connection designed for families with children aged up to 18 who don’t have a current broadband connection at home, and whose household is in a 4G/4G700 coverage area.

    Workshop participants receive a free Wi-Fi modem and their first 30GB of data is free.  Top-ups are $10 for 30GB on a pre-pay service – there is no fixed contract required.

    Contact paulau@wdc.govt.nz, 09 430 4206 or check local course listing.

    www.whangarei-libraries.com    Northland region

  • Woodville Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and as a DIAA partner now offers 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). Contact heathert@tararuadc.govt.nz, 06 374 4255 or check local courses listing.