Making Digital Real: Case Studies of How to Help the Final Fifth Get Online

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Author: Carnegie UK Trust

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-1-909447-14-1

What Can We Learn From Best Practice In Tackling The Digital Divide?

 

We live in the digital age – but a fifth of the UK population do not have access to the internet. How can we help everyone to get online and enjoy the benefits that connectivity can offer? Click on the image to download The Carnegie UK Trust’s 7 Digital Participation Tests and 6 Case Studies of successful local projects that are tackling digital exclusion in new and innovative ways.

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