It brings together all the wonderful initiatives, places and tools to help and encourage off-liners to become internet beginners. It also makes it easier to identify relevant support.
Go ON NI focuses on: encouraging as many people as possible to go online and improve their access to online public information and services, addressing the barriers and promoting the benefits of :
Visit our website: Discover the internet section - If you are new to computers and the internet or want to continue learning. Help others discover the internet section - If you would like to help someone get online and discover the wonders of the web.
Go ON Line @ PRONI - Research your family tree - 12 to 16 October 2015
Go ON NI and PRONI are offering free sessions as part of Get Online Week to help you go online for the first time or improve your digital skills, search your family history and tour the PRONI archives.
Sessions will be held at PRONI, Titanic Quarter Belfast, and will last for two hours beginning at 10.00 am and 1.30 pm on Monday 12 October, Tuesday 13 October, Wednesday 14 October and Friday 16 October 2015.
The BBC Technology Bus will at Ormeau Library on the 23rd April 2015 between 10am and 3pm as part of Silver Surfers' Day.
No need to book - just pop in and see us!
Learn how to Skype, use Facebook and dip your toes into the wonderful world of social media. We will also show you how to begin the search for your family history and how to use touch screen technology.