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BBC First Click

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The BBC has launched First Click, a campaign to encourage people to get online. This is a major new media literacy campaign to encourage the estimated 9.2 million people in the UK, who have never used the internet, to take the first steps to get online.

If you have any learners who need help in getting online, you may like to give First Click a try.

First Click coincides with Get Online Week, a national initiative which runs from October 18 to 24.

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