There’s more help here. ‘Let’s get online’ isn’t the only place you’ll find internet help. There are lots of websites all over the internet that offer support to people who are new to the online world.

Here are just a few handy resources we’d recommend…

Age UK:

www.ageuk.org.uk

Age UK provides a guide to all things computer and internet.

BBC Webwise:

www.bbc.co.uk

Info and advice on getting and being online from BBC.

BT’s Get IT Together:

www.bt.com

Tailor-made guides for helpers and beginners.

Business Gateway:

www.bgateway.com

Advice and support for growing small businesses.

Digital Fife:

www.digitalfife.com

Provides useful easy-to-follow online courses which can be accessed from anywhere around the country.

Digital Unite:

www.digitalunite.com

Wide range of comprehensive guides and courses to improve computer skills and boost digital confidence.

Get Safe Online:

www.getsafeonline.org

Online security advice website.

Go On UK:

www.go-on.co.uk

Go On UK is a charity organisation that aims to make the UK the most digitally capable nation in the world.

Living IT Up:

www.livingitup.org.uk

Practical help for health, care and well-being that can be accessed online, as well as useful guides and great tips for making the most of the internet and its various digital tools.

NSPCC:

www.nspcc.org.uk

NSPCC provides helpful advice and tools to keep your child safe online.

Pass IT on:

www.passitoncomputers.co.uk

Pass IT On is a charity which adapts donated computers for people with disabilities who live in the EH (Edinburgh and Lothians) postcode area.

Young Scot:

www.youngscot.org

Young Scot can offer advice and tips on how to stay safe online.