We are working with rural communities in Northern Ireland to help them get the most out of technology and the internet to improve lives and job prospects.
About Citizens Online
Citizens Online is a national charity that was set up to tackle the issues of digital exclusion, to make sure that the Internet is available to everybody and to help individuals and communities understand and gain the benefits of being online.
We work in a number of ways, offering a powerful approach to digital inclusion that can be both sustainable and scalable.
The Get IT Together programme promotes digital inclusion amongst disadvantaged communities across the UK. The approach involves a 3-year community development process, managed by a full time project coordinator.
Whether you are helping others become digitally included or you need a little more support yourself, check out the resources on the Get IT Together website.
Alternatively, select the button below to find out more about a project near you.
We have a number of Case Studies from the current Get IT Together programme.
Caerphilly volunteer Thomas secures an apprenticeship.
IT sessions help Leed community to learn how to get online.
Residents from a sheltered housing complex attend a Skype training session.
Fix the Web
Poor standards of web accessibility mean many disabled people are excluded from using big parts of the internet.
Fix the Web is offering a solution! Disabled people report problems in under a minute. Volunteers take these issues forward with website owners.
Citizens Online on Video
Citizens Online bring Get IT Together to the intergenerational club at Lewis Boys School in Caerphilly
Find out what the team have been doing in March 2014.
Find out what the Get IT Together projects have been doing in March 2014.
Find out what the Get IT Together projects have been doing in February 2014.