Across the Divide – Full Report

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Author: Douglas White

Year: 2013

ISBN: 1-909447-01-3

Tackling Digital Exclusion In Glasgow

 

Glasgow experiences some of the highest levels of digital exclusion in the UK. What are the key barriers citizens face to getting online? How do these vary by demographic group? What might be the most effective solutions for increasing digital participation in the city? And how can other towns, cities and communities from across the UK learn from the challenges and the solutions in Glasgow? Click on the images here to read the Full Report, the Executive Summary or an Infographic of Key Statistics..

For more information contact Douglas White, Senior Policy Officer at [email protected]


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