Category Archives: Training

A soulchip toolkit – not just software.

I’ve been remiss in updating the site since my talk late last year, and since then the good people at UcandoIT have given me the opportunity to to some awareness training to enhance my engagement with the people the charity sends me to assist. I thought it would be useful to reflect upon the training […]

Digital Lab at Mycenae House 17th September

If you didn’t know, I’ve been putting together occasional Digital Labs at Mycenae House in Blackheath SE3 (link to directions), as a ‘club’ for people wanting a helping hand to tame their digital device (if you’re thinking digital beast you need to come along). The session costs £8, and does involve you filling out a […]

Cinnamon court digital activities and engagement

For the past few months, I’ve been working with a day centre in Deptford, steadily building the confidence and awareness of the care staff, and having fun playing games and activities with the clients. Like other organisations working with older people (and many have the onset of dementia), digital engagement has begun with buying in […]

Digital Clubs in The Pink Palace, Deptford

As Christmas is nearly upon us, I’m sure there will be digital gifts being given this year – smartphones, tablets and even the odd laptop will be given as a gift to someone not quite sure how to use it. Crossfields estate tenants in Deptford will have an opportunity in January to join in a […]

Finding the modifier keys, a new audio reminder!

After a quite a gap, I’ve recorded the second audio reminder: Finding the modifier keys. I’ve had a lot of trouble trying to meet up with my musician friend to start this recording, but he’s very busy and I’ve been looking at alternatives. I’ve ended up with a fairly good recording with a headset and […]

Keyboarding – an audio reminder for the VI learner.

I’ve been recording parts of training sessions for some time now, as an aid to help people remember what to do while practicing a session’s activities. The general reason for this runs along the lines of “I’m fine when you’re here Paul, but when you’re gone, I just go blank..” As a result, I go […]