Are you struggling to adjust in a digital world? This month the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group (IWDIG) are offering expert advice and information for the digitally challenged.
We want to help ignite your interest in the internet and conquer the digital age.
To support people and organisations all over the Island, the photography group will open their doors as part of Spring Online Week*( 18th & 25th May 2011) to give everyone a taste of what the digital world has to offer. Read more click here
Hundreds of free digital taster events will be taking place across the UK during Spring Online Week.
Spring Online is a week-long celebration that builds on the success of Silver Surfers’ Day which is now in its tenth year. IWDIG will be joining over 2,000 organisations across the UK who will open their doors and invite older people to come along for a free digital taster session.
If you’re worried about how to use digital cameras, mobile phones and digital TV or even use the internet safely, the IWDIG have a list of online courses available at their fingertips, to share information in the digital world of computers, photography, phones, TV and much more.
IWDIG are offering free sessions on alternative Wednesday’s (18th & 25th May 2011 details below*) to point you in the right direction and to help you with Online Basics.
And thats not all… as the IWDIG meets 50 weeks a year, they can also help you learn how to bring your photography to life.
Expert advice is readily available on photo uploading, downloading and storing; using email; buying and selling online etc.
To dip your toe in the water of the internet, explore digital photography and pursue your hobby online.
Why not pop along to a ‘Silver Surfers Spring Online In The Digital World’ session. The free sessions 18th & 25th May 2011 between 7.30pm – 9.30pm will be very popular please contact us to register your interest and attendance Click here www.iwdig.org.uk/photography/iwdig-contact
*Spring Online with Silver Surfers’ Week (16th – 20th May 2011) is delivered by Digital Unite in partnership with UK Online Centres, the BBC and Race Online 2012. This campaign is also kindly supported by a number of other organisations and Government departments including the Department of Work and Pensions, Department for Communities and Local Government, Cabinet Office, Central Office of Information, Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs, NHS Choices and Job Centre Plus.
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