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Give someone a hand to get online

Unveil a whole new world

BT has been helping people get online for the past 10 years, and now it's your chance to get involved! Get IT Together aims to help people discover the digital world through the help of a friend or family member.

We've put together tailor-made guides to make it really easy to take someone through the basics of getting online.

For access to even more information, simply sign up for a fantastic range of online courses

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  • Why should I help?

    Not being online puts people at a real disadvantage, as they are unable to access the big consumer savings, information and education found on the web.

    Did you know 9 million adults in the UK don't use the internet? That's the combined population of our five biggest cities. So if you know someone who's not online, lend them a helping hand and open up a whole new world for them today.

  • What’s Learn My Way?

    Learn My Way is a website of free online courses for beginners, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.

    One easy sign up gives you access to a huge range of extra training materials, online courses and support from Learn My Way. It's all completely free, so whether you're learning how use the internet or teaching someone else the ropes, you've everything you need to get started.

    Register Here for Learn My Way

  • It's never been easier

    We have a special section for helpers, full of tips and tools to make teaching someone really simple. Our step-by-step guides make it so easy to learn the basics, even total internet beginners will be exploring the web in no time!

    Once you've the essentials covered, Learn My Way has a brilliant selection of free courses available – just register to get started.

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Jargon Buster

  • Internet

    A network of millions of computers around the world connected by telephone lines, cables or satellites.

  • Net Book

    A Net Book, or notebook, is another name for a laptop – a small, portable computer.

  • Online

    When you are connected to the internet you are online.

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