Final Report published 30 April 2014

I am immensely proud to have been part of this inquiry, and really recommend giving the final report a read. Comments and follow up discussion welcomed, and we will have a series of dissemination and discussion events coming up over the coming months.

Spreading the Benefit of Digital Participation in Scotland

Final_Report_cover The Final Report of the Inquiry into spreading the benefits of digital participation in Scotland was published on 30 April 2014.

Consultation on the Interim Report has allowed us to refine the conclusions and recommendations that were set out on affordable access, motivating people and organisations to get online and equipping them with the skills they need to do so confidently, safely and creatively. To this we add further analysis of the picture of the digital divide in Scotland; and comment on the responsibilities of a digital society.

The Final Report is available on the RSE website in PDF, eBook and HTML formats. The presentation from the launch event is also available.

You can access Figures and Code associated with the report here.

The Report sets out two key principles for digital participation:

1. That the Scottish Government must recognise that every individual has an undeniable right to digital…

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