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Dave Carter


Dave Carter, of Manchester City Council, has been at the forefront of digital inclusion work for many years. He was one of the those leading he way in establishing the DC10plus network following the digital challenge competition

Connected Neighbourhoods Forum

Connected Neighbourhoods Forum is a DC10plus sponsored project, which is explained by Clicks and Links’ Anthony Bernstein here:

Inclusive Design

Dr Joy Goodman-Deane of Cambridge University helps David Wilcox experience a range of physical impairments.

Bob Holmes – Digital Unite

Digital Unite are actively engaged in increasing the numbers of silver surfers. Here, Bob Holmes explains what some of the challenges are, and what can be done to make things better.

Stephen Hilton

Stephen Hilton of Bristol City Council is leading digital inclusion work in the city, and is at the heart of the DC10plus network. David Wilcox caught up with him at the coffee break.

Digital Challenge update

David Wilcox cornered Stephen Gowland of Sunderland City Council to get an update on progress following their success in the Digital Challenge.

Public services via mobile phone

David Wilcox talks to Guy Giles of DigiTV, who works with Kirklees Council to provide public services through mobile phones and digital interactive television.

Start Here

Interesting conversation with Mark Worger of StartHere about their public service access points, called Elephant Kiosks.

Helen Milner speaking

Helen Milner

Helen Milner of UK Online Centres speaking to the conference.

Social reporting in action

Social reporting

David Wilcox making a video interview using a mobile camera phone and the service Qik – and being photographed from all sides! You can see the video featuring Guy Giles of DigiTV, who works with Kirklees Council to provide public services through mobile phones and digital interactive television here.