Good Things Foundation has a lot to share on all things digital inclusion, technology for social good and community learning.
Digital mentoring tips for organisations working with low income families
QUT and Good Things Foundation Australia share our five top tips for digital mentors and community organisations supporting low income families to get online.
Digital mentoring across generations
Highlighting the power of intergenerational digital skills programs across our Network.
Get online. Get your finances in line.
Guest article contributed by Belinda Louis, Director - Outsourced Finance at PwC Australia with Good Things Foundation Australia for Get Online Week 2021.
Learning digital skills for life
Four stories show how Be Connected is positively impacting Digital Mentors and learners.
The frontline helping others online
Dr Amber Marshall of QUT Digital Media Research Centre writes about the importance of digital mentors.
Ravenshoe Community Centre
Having basic digital skills can make life that little bit easier when living in a regional community.
Lan Ngoc Nguyen
With the help of his digital mentors, Mr Lan now uses a wide range of technology that allows him to get around Melbourne.
Rostrata Family Centre
This organisation builds on the importance of community connectedness and social inclusion through digital.
Digital Mentoring Practice & Program Forum
Read the summary of the Digital Mentoring Practice & Program Forum we co-hosted with Australia Post.
Intergenerational Digital Mentoring
Anna Donaldson, Founder & CEO of Lively, gives us insight into their successful intergenerational learning model.
Digital Mentoring Forum brings programs and practice into focus
On 30 May, representatives from different sectors came together for the Digital Mentoring Practice and Program Forum in Sydney.
National Volunteer Week
To celebrate National Volunteer Week, Jess Wilson blogs about the work of our amazing Be Connected Network volunteers.