Digital information has emerged as the prime mover of economies and societies. With the right set of policies and programs, this paper argues that Canada can have the digital connectivity infrastructure it needs to fully support an inclusive society and competitive economy far into the...
The Australian Internet Usage Survey (AIUS) uses a sequential mixed-mode design. An online selfcompletion survey is offered first, with a hard copy option initiated during a second phase of data collection. The AIUS uses an address-based sampling (A-BS) approach, with mail as the primary mode...
In 2020 the Australian Digital Inclusion project team sought feedback on a reimagined Australian Digital Inclusion Index. Submissions closed 13 March 2020.This document summarises the feedback received, and details how that feedback has informed the ADII 2.0.
This discussion paper has been released to seek feedback on five primary aspects of the revised ADII 2.0 index and index data provision strategy that the ADII Research Team are investigating.
The digital divide is a significant issue in modern Australia, particularly with the rapid pace of digitisation brought forward by the COVID-19 pandemic. This report brings together the latest research and insights from government, community and academia to help build understanding of the digital inclusion...
The research provides an in-depth understanding of young people’s experiences with porn and the impact this may have on relationships.