Technology

Get online at Home – Digital Inclusion with Age UK

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Age UK online at homeAre you, or do you know of any older people who might benefit from supported access to a computer?

Access to the internet has a number of benefits including shopping online and staying in touch with family & friends. Age UK may be able to offer FREE of charge – Loan of digital equipment, one to one support and more if you or someone you know is elderly or housebound.

For further information email enquiries@acck.org.uk, call 01422 252040 or visit: www.ageuk.org.uk/calderdaleandkirklees

Learn the ways of technology with Age UK’s Digital Inclusion IT Classes

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Digital InclusionLearn your way around a computer with Digital Inclusion Information Technology classes every Wednesday at Pellon Network Centre from 10am to 12pm.

Or get one to one basic learning at the following Calderdale Libraries:

  • King Cross Library
  • Elland Library
  • Brighouse Library
  • Rastrick Library

Includes loan of IT equipment, tablets and laptops with WIFI and support from volunteers on assessment.

If you would like to get involved and require further information call 01422 252040.

Start the new year with Tea and Tech at Hamerton Close

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Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund, equipment has been purchased as well as tutor support in order to help older people get online.

Launching at the end of January 2016
At Hamerton Close, Westgate, Elland, HX5 0BD

If you would like to get online and you’re interested in learning more be sure to go along in the new year and get involved.

For further information email pauline.walker@togetherhousing.co.uk

Wuthering Bytes festival in Hebden Bridge

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Calderdale council have been invited to front three days of Wuthering Bytes to celebrate all things digital, technology and innovation and how this translates into transforming public services.

Taking place at Hebden Bridge Town Hall from 8am on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 29 September
  • Wednesday 30 September
  • Thursday 1 October

Go along for a packed three days full of interesting talks and hands-on workshops as part of Wuthering Bytes; a week-long festival of technology in the heart of the Pennines, featuring talks and workshops on a diverse range of topics, including open source software and hardware, open data, the Web, citizen innovation and the Internet of Things (IoT)

Further details can be found at eepurl.com/bwE9IP and you can click here for the line up of speakers.

Tickets for the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions will be priced at £10 each and includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments. Thursday is free to attend with no lunch provided; however we do need to know who is coming so please register here so we can keep you informed of the agenda and when tickets will be available.

This is set to be an extremely exciting three days – not to be missed, register your interest now!