digital access

Report

But digital divides persist
9 Oct 2018

According to this new Pew Research Center analysis, most sub-Saharan Africans feel positively about the role the internet plays in their country. Large majorities say the increasing use of the internet has had a good influence on education in their country, and half or more...

Discussion paper

1 Aug 2018

The third issue of CAMEO Cuts examines the changing social relations of time and self-management at work.

Melissa Gregg shows how the dispersed organization increasingly relies on technologies and platforms that aim to improve personal productivity and efficiency, but tend to do so at...

Journal

Smarter people and better governance: how citizens' collective intelligence can guide better decision making
1 Jun 2018

Quality of growth has been the mantra this year, underscoring the profound transformation that is taking place in the Chinese economy in terms of how it should be managed. At a macro level, a slower growth rate is necessary but not sufficient for mitigating financial...

Report

14 May 2018

The central message of this report is that the impact of digital regulation should be viewed through the prism of human rights law. Government attempts to control the digital world pose an inevitable tension between two fundamental human rights - fair access to the internet...

Report

31 Jan 2018

This research suggests the single most effective strategy for achieving digital inclusion in Sarawak is to provide remote villages with reliable, affordable, publicly accessible internet infrastructure.

Discussion paper

11 Sep 2017

Territorians are being encouraged to help shape the digital future of the Northern Territory by having their say on this government discussion paper.

Report

24 Aug 2016

In setting out the first findings of the Australian Digital Inclusion Index (ADII), this report provides our most comprehensive picture yet of Australians’ online participation. The ADII has been created to measure the level of digital inclusion across the Australian population, and to monitor this...

Discussion paper

15 Jun 2016

FECCA have released its consultation report, ‘Digital Access and Equity for Multicultural Communities’.

The Australian Government is investing in the digital transformation agenda to drive innovation and make it easier for individuals and businesses to access government services.

The move to digital government...

Guide

15 Jun 2016

The Cognitive Disability Digital Accessibility Guide was created by Media Access Australia to provide guidance on how best to address accessibility-related issues for people with cognitive disability in a digital media context.

Such disabilities include acquired brain injury (ABI), autism, dementia, developmental disability, Down...

Discussion paper

24 Mar 2016

This discussion paper considers the impacts of a rapidly changing communications environment on the existing communications accessibility framework.

Summary The Department of Communications has issued a consultation paper: 'Communications accessibility: 2016 and beyond' and seeks submissions on the future of accessible telecommunications options,...

Report

7 Jan 2016

GLAM peak bodies and institutions in Australia have put together case studies of ways in which digital access to collections have made a positive impact on people's lives.

Providing valuable resources for researchers Fuelling innovation Keeping indigenous languages and customs alive Retelling the Anzac...

Journal article

29 Dec 2015

This paper explores the digital divide between urban and rural communities, and how this impacts regional development.

Journal article

30 May 2014

Australian municipal governments have lagged behind many of their international counterparts in local public broadband provision. However, by 2014 there are signs that the gap is closing, with significant new investment in public wi-fi by city governments across Australia. This article contextualises the current interest...

Report

29 Mar 2010

This UK guide is intended as best practice advice for the cultural sector to develop new ways of using emerging technologies to share digital content and find new ways to engage with wider audiences.

Report

31 Jan 2008

Empirical research into the digitisation of collections in Australian museums, galleries, libraries and archives suggests that copyright law affects what material is digitised and how it is made accessible. This article analyses digitisation within cultural institutions in light of the Digital Agenda reforms of 2000...

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