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The BBC has announced the launch of BBC First Click campaign to help people get online.
BBC Connect is the website that will show you how to get involved, how to get other people involved and how to organise a ‘First Click’ session at your premises.
It provides information on the basics of using the internet and provides a phone number that you can call to discover where your nearest training session is being held.
The Communities 2.0 project run by the Wales Co-operative Centre in the guise of the Click.Connect.Discover campaign is a partner to BBC First Click in Wales.
You can now register your interest in the Digital Inclusion Wales Conference 2010, to be held in Swansea on 8th and 9th December. The Welsh Assembly Government event is for anyone who is interested in getting people online in Wales.
Live link to the US
Deputy Minister for Science, Innovation and Skills, Lesley Griffiths AM will open the event by talking about the Welsh Assembly Government’s latest digital inclusion policies and approaches. Marc Osten, an expert in helping Third Sector organisations get the most from the internet, will address the conference via a live link to the United States.
Something for everyone
There will be a series of seminars held across the two days, on a range of topics, including community broadband networks, website advice for small organisations, online trading, the delivery of public services online and many more. Bookings will open later this month, but you can now register your interest in attending, by going to www.clickconnectdiscover/conference, and submitting your name and e-mail address.
The event is expected to fill up quickly, so act early to avoid disappointment!