Digital Brighton and Hove

Launched in 2015, Digital Brighton & Hove is one of our flagship projects and a great example of our Switch approach in practice. The Digital Brighton & Hove partnership grew out of a request from Brighton & Hove City Council for some research and evaluation into digital exclusion. The project continues to provide innovative solutions and… Continue Reading Digital Brighton and Hove

Digital Gwynedd

Citizens Online has been working in Gwynedd since 2011, commencing with one of 11 BT funded “Get IT Together” projects and continuing from 2015 onwards with our “One Digital” programme supported by the Big Lottery Fund.   Digital Gwynedd has developed significantly over this time and today our hugely successful project and the value of the… Continue Reading Digital Gwynedd

Our Partnerships with Local Authorities

Local Authorities have a number of duties which intersect with digital inclusion and skills: Service delivery: This involves sharing information and transacting with citizens. The more citizens can self‐serve online, the greater the efficiency savings. Services can also be improved by effective, well‐designed online processes; Commissioning, and in some cases provisioning, of relevant services such… Continue Reading Our Partnerships with Local Authorities

Our Partnerships with Businesses

Citizens Online has partnered with businesses since our early days, when Microsoft sponsored us to produce a report on Corporate Social Responsibility in the IT sector. We began a long‐standing partnership with BT in 2002 to tackle the growing inequalities around internet use. That partnership has led to in‐depth support for over 50 communities. Businesses can have an important role in promoting digital inclusion and skills. Continue Reading Our Partnerships with Businesses