T4I2016 - Redmond, Emily; French, Tom: Disabled people crossing the digital divide: Supporting independence with digital skills in the community
journal contributionposted on 2016-11-25, 17:10 authored by Emily Redmond, Tom French
Redmond, Emily; French, Tom: Disabled people crossing the digital divide: Supporting independence with digital skills in the community. T4I Communications 1, T4I2016 – Knowledge Transfer, Nov 2016. Figshare.
This presentation focuses on research undertaken with community organisations which support disabled people, to find out about the barriers to digital inclusion facing this audience. The research will inform a practical handbook to help such organisations get disabled people online. Tinder Foundation manages the 5,000 strong UK online centres network which supports people to gain digital skills in communities across the country.
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