Perceiving benefit and having specific reasons to use the internet - for example keeping in touch, family health information, studying online, internet banking.
Access to an internet-enabled device, access to affordable quality internet, accessible content including those with disabilities and limited language skills.
Having all seven digital capabilities: getting connected; managing information; communicating; transacting; creating; problem-solving; and staying safe.
Having confidence and online literacy to tell between information that is right and information that is misleading, wrong or harmful; knowing how to protect personal and private information.
DIAA has released a new Stepping UP Digital Step module today to help communities get access to their Vaccine Pass.
The Trustees of the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) welcome the development of a new Digital Strategy for Aotearoa and
The Trustees of the Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) are delighted with today’s announcement by InternetNZ of a significant research
DIA’s digital inclusion team is helping to keep the government’s spotlight on digital inclusion, which is good news for the
This week, being National Volunteers Week, we have celebrated the fantastic contribution that our volunteers make to our digital inclusion
Read the reviews of some of our Customers.
“I think the classes are a wonderful help to people trying to break into the world of internet who have no or little experience.”
Stokes Valley Library
“The SparkJump class, and access to the internet that my family can afford is an absolute revelation. I am so grateful for the class and for getting us connected at home. The librarians/staff were really great. Thanks heaps!”
Dunedin City Library
“After completing each module I was confident with using the new skills that effectively and efficiently quickened my reporting in my work. These sessions built my confidence in using computers.”