Good Things Foundation has a lot to share on all things digital inclusion, technology for social good and community learning. If you’d like to know what we know, why not take a look at our latest news and blogs. img_6729.png Jess Wilson blogs about Good Things Australia's first Get Online Week and the 1st birthday of the Be Connected Network. 2018_08_20_nbn_hilarywardhaugh_022.jpg Digital inclusion in Australia Jess attended the launch of two important pieces of research that support our understanding of digital inclusion in Australia. _54a5990.jpg Celebrating our first year Jess Wilson reflects on all that we've achieved at Good Things Foundation Australia in just one short year. beconnected-940px.jpg Campbelltown Library Learn how Campbelltown Library utilises the Be Connected resources alongside their existing digital skills program. womenwithwits_1.jpg Women with WITS Jess Wilson, National Director of Good Things Foundation, attended the launch of Women Influencing Tech Spaces (WITS). be_connected_class_0_0.png A community approach Derrinallum Library tells us about their community-style approach when utilising the Be Connected resources in their digital classes. lady-3323721_1280_1_0.jpg Taking Be Connected on the road Helen Milner blogs about taking Be Connected on the road during our Network Partner events. leyburn-39.png Working Towards a Dynamic Future We take a look at Cairns Library and how they have been engaging their local community since they joined the Be Connected Network. cybersecurityconference1_1_1.jpg Cyber Security Conference 2018 We share our thoughts on this year's Australian Cyber Security Conference and what the future holds for the Be Connected Network. leyburn-82.png What is Digital Inclusion? Jess Wilson takes a look at what we mean by Digital Inclusion and why it is important. leyburn-64_1_0.jpg Big Club With a Shared Vision Helen Milner writes about her time in Australia and everything we've achieved in just 6 short months. adia_launch_pic.jpg How we are building partnerships Head of Digital Inclusion, Francesca Hall, outlines our approach to establishing our new program in Australia. img_0096.jpg Mustard Seed - Discovering Computer We profile Brian Hassell and his wife Nola who, along with a trusted group of volunteers, have run Mustard Seed for the past 17 years out of Glen Forrest Uniting Church. leyburn-15.png Engaging with Network Partners We take a look at how we have been engaging with Network Partners since we launched the Be Connected Network in June. lls_colour-46.png Be Connected program launched We’re delighted that Wednesday saw the official launch of the Be Connected program, Australia’s flagship digital inclusion program for older people.