The digital revolution is transforming communities around the world, but many still need help and support to get online.
Do you work to help people in Scotland get online and join the digital world? You could be teaching older people how to use Skype, helping people search and browse the internet, or providing support to unemployed people to apply for jobs or benefits online.
Your work doesn’t have to be purely focussed on getting people online, it could be woven into the other work you do.
The judges are looking for organisations, big or small, that can prove they are bridging the digital divide and enabling people to overcome the barriers that prevent them from enjoying the benefits of modern technology to improve their lives.
The focus of the entry should be on activities carried out within the entry period, 1 Jan 2015 to 31 March 2016.