Help someone to learn the online basics with the latest version of Learn My Way
Learn My Way, the online digital skills learning platform from Good Things Foundation, has just had a major upgrade. The free online learning resource is available for anyone to take part in entry level online learning.
Getting online for the first time can be a daunting task. At Digital Communities Wales, we encourage people who are helping others to get online to see it from the learner’s perspective and focus on inspiring activities related to hobbies or interests to make the learning more engaging.
There are many digital skills an individual may need to develop to confidently navigate being online, and we highly recommend Learn My Way to level up your own digital skills or support someone else’s development.
In this blog, we speak to the developers of Learn My Way to explore the platform and its new features.
What is Learn My Way?
Learn My Way is a free website digital learning, providing digital skills and increased confidence to those supported by the Digital Inclusion Network. It contains easy to use, bitesize topics that teach people how to use a device and do things online so they can make the most of the online world.
Who’s it for?
The website’s primary audience is people with low or no digital skills. Learners can easily browse and find the right starting topic, ensuring they start their learning journey at a point that is appropriate to their learning goal or an urgent need.
What digital skills can a person learn?
There are over 100 topics in 11 subjects, covering: Using your device, starting to use the internet, using email, safety and security online, staying in touch, spending money online, online entertainment, working with office programs, employment and work, managing your health online, and managing your money online.
How can people use Learn My Way?
What’s new in the latest version of Learn My Way?
With more, shorter, learning topics, people can easily browse and find the right starting topic. This ensures they start their learning journey at a point appropriate to their needs. They can then easily work through a personalised learning programme based on their individual goals. Topics now include questions mapped to the essential digital skills framework. This provides the opportunity for users to consolidate the learning they’ve just completed.