Learn My Way: building people’s confidence with beginner digital skills

What is Learn My Way?

Learn My Way is Good Things Foundation’s free online learning platform that helps people build basic digital skills and improve their confidence to use the internet.

Members of the National Digital Inclusion Network can use over 100 beginner-friendly bitesized topics to teach people basic digital skills on Learn My Way. As part of your membership, you can also access lesson plans and other supporting resources to make the most of Learn My Way - for free! 

Designed for people with no or low digital skills

Available in English and Welsh, topics on Learn My Way cover our everyday essential digital skills. They range from using a touchscreen and keyboard to learning how to bank and shop online - safely!

The platform was designed with flexibility in mind. It allows people to learn their own way; whether it’s on a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile and they’re accessing it daily, weekly, or during a 15-minute tea break.

Learners can pick and choose which topic they’d like to start based on their digital needs and learning goals - taking them on a journey from digitally excluded to making the most of our online world. 

“Learn My Way is simple to use. It feels as though you're learning at your own pace and in your own way. I can pause the activity I want to learn about and come back to it.”

- Liz, Learn My Way user


“Learn My Way encourages people to be more independent. It helps build people's confidence, not just in using their device but also feeling good about themselves [...] because so much is moving online, building those skills and confidence helps people feel valued.” 

- Georgina, Learn My Way tutor

Check out the most popular topics

1. Using Your Device

Basics of using a keyboard, touchscreen, mouse

2. Using Email

Basics of creating an email account, sending an email, email safety and security

3. Staying in Touch

Basics of video calling, using social media, online safety

4. Online Entertainment

Basics of watching TV programmes or Youtube videos, listening to music online, visiting an online shop

5. Employment and Work

Basics of searching for and applying to jobs online, checking skills for work, preparing for work

6. Managing Your Money Online

Basics of online banking and managing your money online, Universal Credit and working

It's easy to get started: use Learn My Way at your organisation

As a member of the National Digital Inclusion Network, you can use Learn My Way to help your community improve their digital skills, for free.

Whether you support low-income families, people with disabilities, older adults, immigrants, marginalised communities – Learn My Way is suitable for anyone with low or no digital skills. 

It’s easy to get started. Simply create an account on the Learn My Way website to unlock all of the topics, then choose whether to help people learn independently or run group sessions at your organisation. If you need some extra guidance, check out these helpful resources.

Happy learning!

Get started on Learn My Way today

Help people learn digital skills

If you're already a member, you can start delivering Learn My Way today.

Not yet a Network member?

Join the National Digital Inclusion Network to make the most of Learn My Way.

Learn more about digital skills

Here's some helpful resources on delivering digital skills support.

The pillars of digital inclusion

People need digital skills, internet connectivity and access to a device to be digitally included.

The impact of Learn My Way

Amer's story: kickstarting a new life

From an asylum seeker with no internet access to becoming a digital volunteer, access to free data, a device, and digital skills learning helped Amer kickstart his life in the UK.

Sadia's story: overcoming mental health issues

Developing digital skills and confidence through Learn My Way took Sadia from lonely and isolated to independent and integrated within her local community.

Stories from the Network: MRS Independent Living & Benchill Community Centre

Read how two Network members used Learn My Way to support people in their communities.