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  • Community Affairs at Microsoft Ireland
    Microsoft's mission, as a business, is to enable people and businesses throughout the world to realise their full potential. In Ireland this mission statement represents Microsoft’s commitment to helping individuals and communities increase access to the technology tools, skills and innovation they need to realise their potential in a changing economy. It also aims to empower people who because of age, geography, physical disability or economic barriers are not in a position to otherwise reap the benefits of technology.  Please visit Microsoft Community Affairs.

  • Microsoft Digital Literacy Curriculum
    Whether you are entirely new to computing or have some experience, this curriculum will help you develop a fundamental understanding of computers. From using the Internet, to sending e-mail, to creating a résumé, the Digital Literacy Curriculum helps you develop the essential skills you need to begin computing with confidence ~

    • Computer Basics
    • Internet and the WorldWide Web
    • Productivity Programs
    • Computer Security & Privacy
    • Digital Lifestyle

    To find out more, please visit Microsoft Digital Literacy.

  • Education Licensing Programme
    Microsoft offers software and licences at a major discount through their Education Licensing programme to all schools, educational institutions and registered charities in Ireland 

    You can purchase educational software and licences from an Authorised Education Reseller. You can find a list at Microsoft Education.

  • Licensing Programs for Healthcare and Life Sciences
    Microsoft licensing programs offer healthcare and life sciences organisations of any size the right options for buying and managing multiple software licenses.

  • Workability
    The Workability project with Leonard Cheshire provides assistance to disabled people who are actively seeking to get into employment (or self-employment) through the provision of hardware, software & training. The project partners include Microsoft, the Princes Trust, Real Data Services, and the Government. To find out more, please visit Leonard Cheshire.

  • AbilityNet
    Ability Net provide specialist consultancy and advice to disabled people on adapting IT to meet their needs (both software and hardware). To find out more, please visit AbilityNet.

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