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Digital Fife leading the way in bridging the digital skills gap

Digital Fife used as case study in The Carnegie UK Trust’s Making Digital Real report

marking-digital-real-frontDigital Fife, a project supported by Fife Council Community Learning and Development, has been highlighted as a great example of an organisation working to ensure the local community has the means and ability to access the internet.  It comes as the Carnegie UK Trust highlights that approximately one fifth of households still don’t have access to basic internet services, with many of the poorest households the most likely to miss out.

The Trust has also launched a seven-step guide aimed at local authorities, landlords and other public and voluntary sector organisations, providing an easy-to-use toolkit for them to help get people online.

Published as part of the Trust’s latest report Making Digital Real, developed in partnership with Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK), the new guide demonstrates that a one-size fits all approach won't help bridge the digital skills gap and that different ideas and models must be considered. Digital Fife is held up as an example of how this can work across the UK.

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