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Welcome to Digital Fife

...Supporting people to increase their Digital Skills

Digital Fife Websites

Digital Fife promotes the use of digital technology through work with community groups and a network of volunteer Digital Champions. We offer websites to constituted community groups to promote their work, online learning and be part of a like minded community.

Throughout Fife there are over 300 community groups involved. Fife Council supports Digital Fife as part of its wider work to get more people online.

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Every Third Sector Organisation has been Impacted by the New Data Protection Laws which came into force on the 25th May 2018


Since the 25th May your organisation has to be fully compliant with the new data protection legislation (the General Data Protection Regulations, or GDPR) 


Find out how to comply by clicking here

Digital Fifes' Training and Workshop Sessions

The backbone to our work is the local training and networking events we run across Fife. Community groups who have Digital Fife websites get support on developing their sites and are kept abreast on the evolving us eof social media.

You can see what Digital Fife training sessions and workshops are happening in your area by clicking below

Training & Networking Page.


If you’re thinking of volunteering as a way of getting back into work, this could be for you! You’d be helping learners in your own community to build on their IT skills to use a computer confidently for such tasks as writing CV’s, performing an online job search and the Universal Job Match. For more information contact


Volunteer Cordinator Fife Council


The Digital Fife Management Committee

The Digital Fife Management Committee has now been reconvened. The Committee has now nine community members from the Digital Fife Family. Among other responsibilities the Committee will look at how to improve Digital Fife and the future direction of Digital Fife. If your organisation has a website with Digital Fife and you are interested in being a part of the committee please contact Willie by email willie.mccool@fife.gov.uk or phone 03451 555555 extension 450506.

Digital Unite How-to-Guides

An award-winning range of 400+ how-to guides covering a whole host of digital topics. Written by subject matter experts and updated daily, these guides are perfect for supporting others with digital skills or improving your own knowledge.

The Guides include Computer basics,  Creating documents, Email & Skype, Using the internet, Hobbies & interests, Music & audio, Smartphones & tablets, TV & video, Social networking & blogs, Digital photography, Internet security, Government services and shopping & banking


Click on the Digital Unite Logo to access the guides

Digital Fife websites

Browse the websites created by community groups and learn to make your own sites 

Computing courses in Fife

IT courses are offered across Fife at a variety of levels – find one near you

Online guides

Try out our free online guides on running a community group and using the Internet

Join us

  Join us and become a volunteer Digital Guide

Digital Unite 'How To' guides

    Try Digital Unite's free guides to using computers and the internet.

Apply for a website


Become a member of Digital Fife

Training and network events

Members can sign up for training on a variety of topics in their local area

Digital participation

Supporting people to get online. Find out what we are doing

Superfast Broadband

Super Fast broadband is coming to Fife: Digital Fife brings you the latest news

Digital Fife Twitter Feed

Digital Fife promotes the use of digital technology through work with community groups and a network of volunteer Digital Guides.

Throughout Fife there are over 300 community groups involved.

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Digital Fife news

FREE Cyber Security Skills Workshop - [more]

What does ‘consent to tracking’ really mean? - In June 2018, a New York Times report revealed partnerships between Facebook and mobile device manufacturers allowed data collection on your Facebook friends, irrespective of whether those friends had allowed data sharing with third parties. [more]

Free Listings on New National Platform for Every Community Group & Not for Profit Organisation in Scotland - [more]

What is a Blockchain? - The ability to distribute digital information through the revolutionary new technology known as blockchain is stirring up conversation across the nation. Although blockchain is an extremely expansive and complicated topic, a knowledgeable expert successfully summed it up in 500 words so you can stay engaged in the conversation. [more]

BT - Community Fibre Partnership - Grants for superfast broadband connections serving schools and charities [more]

SCVO One Digital is offering free Digital Champion training - [more]

Free Advanced Funding Search Facility Launched for Charities, Community Groups and Social Enterprises in Fife - [more]

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