Links to statistics, studies, and other literature which could be useful to anyone looking to better understand the causes and effects of digital inclusion and exclusion.
Starting a digital inclusion programme can be a large undertaking, and challenging to know where to start. However, help is at hand, in the form of this step by step guide to starting a digital inclusion programme, written by experts in the field.
There’s no single indicator to predict digital inclusion, but it’s possible to create a picture from different data sources. Here’s what the 100% Digital Leeds programme uses.
Defining and mapping digital inclusion is hard, and two people living on the same street can have very different needs. Here’s an example to illustrate this.
Understanding the barriers that people face to becoming digitally included
Once you’ve understood the local need, there’s a question of funding the work, both to get started and over the long term. Here’s how we’ve done this in Leeds.
Funders will want to know the impact of their investment, and you’ll want to know what’s worked well and not so well. Here’s the Leeds experience, and we’re keen to hear your feedback.