GDA is signed up to Scotland’s Digital Participation Charter – committing to five key pledges that will allow Scotland to work together and skill up our digital nation.
- Skill up – We ensure that our staff & volunteers have the opportunity to develop essential digital skills.
- Support staff – We support our staff & volunteers to help others learn essential digital skills and embrace digital tools.
- Support Scotland – We support our nation by contributing resources and practical support for Scotland in whatever ways we can.
- The essentials – We support a common language based on digital participation and essential digital skills to make our thinking and actions as clear as possible.
- Come together – We channel our efforts through the Digital Participation programme so that our activities are coordinated and build on each other.
GDA’s commitment to digital participation:
We provide accessible and inclusive digital learning and support so that disabled people can participate fully in our organisation, its activities and in their own lives.
We will share our learning of how to make digital participation inclusive and accessible to disabled people of all ages and with any impairment / disability. We can offer training, talks and opportunities to hear directly from disabled learners about their experiences and the impact of inclusive learning.
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