A big thank you!

June 29, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

The Culture Matters project puts inclusion and access at the top of the agenda and we were made-up when Dot Everyone gave us a grant of £500 to maximise the access to this year’s MakeFest that forms part of the … Continued

Get your MAKE on!

May 30, 2017 | Latest News, Libraries, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

Join the Culture Matters project at Liverpool MakeFest 2017…. We’ve got some amazing workshops taking place as part of this year’s Liverpool MakeFest… all of which have been commissioned by young people with disabilities. As part of this process, the … Continued

Calling all makers!

April 30, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

As part of our Culture Matters project, we are looking to recruit 2 x Artist/Makers to deliver inclusive workshops/activities aimed a young people aged 11 – 18 at Liverpool MakeFest 2017 on Saturday 24th June. The workshops/activities can be in … Continued

Calling all young creatives… we need you!

March 20, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Libraries, Media Production, Projects, Young People | 0 comments | Author:

Earlier in the year we announced our new project, Culture Matters, that sees us work with Liverpool Libraries and young people with disabilities to light up the libraries across the city with creative activities, events and exhibits. We are now … Continued

Developing new creative techie talent!

February 27, 2017 | Latest News, Libraries, Projects, Technology, Young People | 0 comments | Author:

Over the last couple of years, wehearttech C.I.C. has worked closely with Get It Loud In Libraries to support young people to access quality digital media training and on-the-job learning opportunities as part of their projects. As you all know … Continued

Culture Matters – Creating the next generation of cultural leaders

January 30, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Libraries, Media Production, Projects | 3 comments | Author:

Working with Liverpool Libraries, Wehearttech C.I.C. is about to launch a brand new project for young creatives in Liverpool. BBC Children in Need has awarded them a grant of £10,000 over 12 months to support them to make a difference … Continued

Tech-based festive good deeds

December 16, 2016 | Digital Inclusion, Social Media, Technology | 0 comments | Author:

Or how to really brighten up someone’s Christmas and New Year! As Cliff Richard likes to remind us annually, Christmas time is a time for giving (as well as mistletoe and wine, obviously) and, as such, we like to spend … Continued

Good vs. Bad Social Media Use

November 28, 2016 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects, Social Media | 0 comments | Author:

If you’ve been following our blog, you’ll have been reading about our iWell project that promotes digital wellbeing. The course is aimed at adults with learning difficulties, but really it can be tailored for anyone and, as such, we’ve found … Continued

Getting our blog on!

October 28, 2016 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

Earlier this month we worked with the Made In Greater Manchester project to train a team of Archive Research volunteers in how to use WordPress to blog. The Made in Greater Manchester project is a collaboration between archive services across … Continued

Delivering digital wellbeing programmes

September 28, 2016 | Digital Inclusion, Facilitation Techniques, Latest News, Projects, Social Media | 1 comments | Author:

So last month we told you all about the iWell programme that we were launching… you know, the one all about promoting digital wellbeing? Well, this month we’ve been working our socks off in Wigan and Manchester delivering the first … Continued

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