The report presented at this launch is the result of a year long collaboration between the OII and the department for Communities and Local Government (CLG). It presents findings based on the analyses of OxIS, Ofcom and Office of National Statistics (ONS) databases as regards the links between social and digital inclusion. In addition, the report offers policy recommendations and describes ways in which digital inclusion research can be improved. This report will inform the Minister of Digital Inclusion's Digital Inclusion Action Plan which was published in October 2008.
Report Launch: The Links Between Social and Digital Inclusion
Tuesday 4 November 2008 16:00 - 17:00
Location: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, 1 St Giles Oxford OX1 3JS (map)
Registration: Please email your name and affiliation to email@example.com or telephone +44 (0)1865 287210
- Helsper, E.J. (2008) Digital Inclusion: An Analysis of Social Disadvantage and the Information Society. Department for Communities and Local Government.
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Research on access, use and attitudes to the Internet in Britain based on biennial surveys covering (for example) digital and social inclusion and exclusion, social networking, safety and privacy concerns, Internet regulation, and behaviour.
3 November 2008 Oxford Internet Institute
A new report released by the OII and Communities and Local Government (CLG) indicates that technological forms of exclusion are a reality for significant segments of the UK population, and that they can reinforce and deepen existing disadvantages
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