Resources

research-paper-writing[1]The resource section holds a wealth of information regarding computer technology and the internet in the form of online manuals, downloadable documents and links to useful websites.

Computer donation/recycling

Computers in Homes and the 20/20 Trust do not accept computers for refurbishment/recycling, nor do we sell or donate computers except within our programmes. Instead we work with MARS accredited and established computer refurbishers/recyclers:  – refurbishing or recycling computer equipment via The Ark, securely wiping all data. 10B Earl Richardson Ave, Wiri, Auckland Ph +64 (9) 272 2676 FaxRead more

Learning

This page has links to numerous ICT teaching resources. We found these sites useful in training sessions for previous projects. We hope you find these links useful too.Read more

Research

Download page for Surveys, Evaluations, conference papers and other research on the outcomes of Computers in Homes and how to best measure the social outcomes of community ICT programmes.Read more

Cyber Safety

Parents and schools have real concerns about internet risks and security. In response, NetSafe (www.NetSafe.org.nz) researches Cyber Safety, gives advice and has developed cyber safety resources for New Zealanders. NetSafe has information and videos on cyber bullying, online scams and cyber safety for children (and adults).Read more

Coordinator Resources

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CiH Connect Resources

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CiH Support Blog

A support blog has been set up for the Computers in Homes team – coordinators, trainers, technicians and school champions – to address specific issues relating to the implementation of the Computers in Homes programme. The blog includes issues relating to the implementation of the BYOD Equity pilot as well as the roll out of UFB fibre connections.