CambsDigiWeek 2023, it’s back!

Bookings now open for an exciting series of free online events, starting on 24th October.

CambsDigiWeek is an annual series of events, delivered by the Cambridgeshire Digital Partnership, to support the development of digital skills in the voluntary sector and tackle the digital divide in Cambridgeshire.

This year’s packed programme boasts expert hosts and speakers from Charity Excellence, Charity Digital, Connecting Cambridgeshire (Cambridgeshire County Council), Laptops4Learning and Passion4Social

Within this blog you can find out more about each of our free online events and book your place by clicking on the event title.

Event Programme

Tues 24 Oct @ 1pm, online

Introduction to AI for Charities

Join this free webinar with Charity Excellence for an insight into what generative AI is and related risks and opportunities for charities.

Wed 25 Oct @ 10am, online

Creating an Inclusive and Accessible Website

Join this free and practical online workshop with Passion4Social. Perfect for charities in Cambridgeshire looking to create or update their website so that it is accessible to the widest possible audience.

Thurs 26 Oct @ 1pm, online

Working together get Cambridgeshire online

Join this free networking event to come together and inform the approach to digital inclusion for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Will Plant, Digital Inclusion Lead for the Connecting Cambridgeshire digital connectivity programme will run this networking event as a guest host.

Friday 27 Oct @ 10am, online

Technology that won’t cost the earth

Join this event and find out about one of the easiest ways charities can save money, with free, low-cost software and sustainable refurbished devices.

Charity Digital & Laptops4Learning share how charities can save money with free, low-cost software and sustainable refurbished devices for learning and communication.

If you have any questions about these events, please contact Sally.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 07564 713111

These events have been made possible thanks to funding by Cambridge City Council.

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