Our resources are designed to help members of the National Digital Inclusion Network reach their audiences with digital inclusion support. We’ve developed a range of posters, leaflets, handbooks and digital skills sessions guides to help you support a variety of people to access digital.


These resources can help you reach out to job seekers, provide employability skills, form partnerships with your local Jobcentre Plus and more.

Disabled people can face additional barriers to getting online, but these resources can help you both reach out to this audience, and gain the skills and tools you need to fully support them.

The financial and personal pressures of caring for a loved one can be additional barriers to getting online. These resources can help you better target and support carers in your community.


This suite of resources can help you reach those living in rural communities and help them tackle barriers such as access to digital skills support and internet connectivity.

If teaching English to people for whom it’s not their first language is one of your focuses, these resources - many in a variety of languages - can help you reach foreign language speakers in your community.

These resources can help you both reach and support older people in your communities, to make sure they’re not missing out on the benefits of an online life.

Being online can make taking care of your health and well-being easier than ever, and these resources can help you help others manage health conditions, order prescriptions, find local services and more.

Our aim is to support all libraries to provide the support their communities need, including access to the internet and help to gain the skills they need to use it. These resources can help libraries do just that.

We’re dedicated to supporting social housing providers’ engagement with their tenants, to highlight the possibilities offered by getting online, and these resources can aid this work.

We’ve tried to provide you with tools and guidance you need to improve digital inclusion in your local area, develop your organisation, and help those in your community who need it most.

At the heart of the Online Centres Network is the aim to help people without digital skills get the support they need to use the internet and make the most of the opportunities being online offers. These resources can help you get started.

These resources can help you help others gain skills and knowledge to be more financially included, allowing them to take control of their money and understand the opportunities and support available.