We're supporting some fantastic digital participation projects. Here are their stories.
We’re supporting a wide range of digital participation projects in communities across Scotland. Many of these are benefiting from financial support from our challenge fund, whilst others are receiving in-kind support from organisations that have signed our digital participation charter.Each of them has a page on this site to tell their story in their own words.
Dundee Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Research Group, University of Dundee
Tap and Talk
Support group to help adults with aphasia explore the benefits of technology
Spring 2015 disabled-people
Homelands Trust Fife
Me Help Me
Introducing digital technology to alleviate symptoms of isolation and stress and also promote self-care and good health
Winter 2014 Glasgow disabled-people older-people remote-rural
Midlothian Voluntary Action
This project will train voluntary and community organisations in Midlothian to help them to support their clients, service users or members to get online.
Winter 2014 benefits disabled-people remote-rural
Queens Cross Housing Association
Historical Connections @ Queens Cross
Using local history to teach older people how to use the internet
Winter 2014 Glasgow benefits disabled-people older-people young-people
SHIMCA (Scottish Highlands & Islands and Moray Chinese Association)
IT for total beginners
Introduction to IT sessions for beginners