This part of the pack is for people who want to run a digital literacy programme.
You might be in all kinds of roles, such as a curriculum manager, a social landlord, a librarian or community centre manager.
Use the tabs below to decide how you are going to plan and implement your programme.
Before starting a digital literacy course you need to ask:
- How will people be learning? A formal course, informal / volunteer
support, self directed learning?
- Where will people be learning? Online, in a classroom / community
room, in their own flats?
- What resources will people be using? What do they need to provide
and what do you need to provide?
- Why are people going to want to engage with digital literacy? What’s
the hook to get them started?
The Planning Cards will help you think about some of these things, while the
tutor cards will show you how a tutor might go forward to set up the course.
There is more help planning digital literacy programmes for the workforce from NCVO*
See also: Learner Cards
*External links are not endorsed or controlled by the DigitalAge Project