Dot Com Mob have been working in partnership with Central Australia Youth Link Up Service (CAYLUS) to support computer rooms in remote Aboriginal communities since 2011.
Dot Com Mob and CAYLUS have a unique role in the region, as there is no other agency that provides coordination and support to keep remote Aboriginal community computer rooms functioning, replace broken or worn out equipment, and purchase ancillary equipment such as music keyboards, headphones, etc. The ancillary equipment allows people to extend the range of digital, creative and other skills they develop, and keeps people engaged with active learning and skills development.
Second-hand computers and devices
Are you wondering what you do with your old computers or devices?
Any donations of working devices are well received by the youth workers in remote communities to help reduce risks for young people and support digital skills development.
If you can assist could you please use the contact form on our website to contact us with details.