Those working directly with users of digital technology will have insights into what works, and where development would be valuable. With some support they could turn ideas into projects.
Trainers, tutors and mentors will have powerful insights into what is likely to work - but may lack the time or opportunity to turn these insights into new practical applications.
While some organisations have produced excellent guides, they usually concentrate on standard tools and activities. They may not be maintained and updated as short-term projects end.
There are example of sharing and networking, but still relatively small-scale. The Age Action Alliance digital inclusion group is now mapping the activities and resources of their members, and the Nominet Trust and other agencies run networking events.
Overall we could make more of what we have, through better networking, and connecting the do-ers, thinkers and developers.
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