Get Online Week is an international digital inclusion campaign organised by Good Things Foundation.
Beginning in the UK in 2007 and introduced to Australia in 2018, Get Online Week is a week-long annual celebration that sees thousands of events take place across Australia and the UK, giving everyone the chance to find the support they need to improve their digital skills.
Last year, more than 700 Get Online Week events were held across Australia – in person and virtually – helping people get more out of life online.
This year’s Get Online Week campaign takes place from 18-24 October 2021.
Last year’s campaign responded to the needs of our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. We supported people to connect with friends and family, stay safe online, learn how to better use their devices, find reliable health information and apply for work online.
Over 700 community organisations around Australia held online or COVID-safe face-to-face events for people with low digital skills, depending on the public gathering restrictions and health advice in their location.
We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to safely participate in our digital world and no one should be left behind. Through the Be Connected Network in Australia, events and activities took place in hundreds of communities to spread the Get Online Week message.
Now’s the time to get online.
Get Online Week is a campaign by Good Things Foundation Australia. Go to www.getonlineweek.com to learn more.
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Get Online Week 2020 Report
Our 2020 Get Online Week campaign responded to the needs of our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The frontline helping others online
Dr Amber Marshall of QUT Digital Media Research Centre writes about the importance of digital mentors.
Neil Imlach – Get Online Week
Everything Neil has learned about technology, he's learned since retirement.
Ken Skerman – Get Online Week
Having worked for 40 years in the agriculture sector, Ken didn't think he would ever need to use the internet - until he did.
Lan Ngoc Chau – Get Online Week
Thanks to her new digital skills, Lan Ngoc Chau is now confidently searching for reliable information during the pandemic.