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Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
Digital Participation in Scotland
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  • Role of Scottish Government Remit of Hub Priorities Communications networks, Delivery networks
  • Role of Scottish Government Remit of Hub Priorities Communications networks, Delivery networks Hub is Digital Participation Network Scotland – DPSN A collaborative, knowledge centre To ensure that any issues specific to Scotland are raised with the larger Consortium Will make impact via bringing people and issues together at events and round table meetings, speaking platforms etc Actively seeking partners for projects such as SSD, Glasgow, Home Access Initiative New terms of reference may be required - key message
  • SG Objectives Wealthier and Fairer Smarter Healthier Safer and Stronger Greener
  • Role of Scottish Government Remit of Hub Priorities Communications networks, Delivery networks
  • Role of Scottish Government Remit of Hub Priorities Communications networks, Delivery networks
  • SG Objectives Wealthier and Fairer Smarter Healthier Safer and Stronger Greener
  • When asked to choose from a list of possible reasons for using the internet, adults in Scotland are more likely than all UK adults to say that they use the internet to pass the time (49% vs. 36%). Users in Scotland have a higher claimed volume of internet use at home per week compared to the overall UK measure (10.6 hours vs. 8.4 hours).
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    • 1. Digital Participation in Scotland Claire Mack Chair – Digital Participation Scotland Network
    • 2. Digital Participation - Background
    • 3. National Plan for Digital Participation
    • 4. Digital Participation Consortium DPC Website
    • 5. Scotland’s Digital Participation Strategy Digital Inclusion – Digital Life Skills – Digital Media Literacy Scottish Government Devolved Administration Digital Inclusion stakeholders Digital Life Skills stakeholders Digital Media Literacy stakeholders Chair of DPS Network Information flow and development process Scotland Digital Participation Strategy Opportunities for Consolidation Current Key Activities Target Groups Priorities Collator / Author Contributors Owner Digital Participation Scotland Network Co-ordinators Result Opportunities for new initiatives Support for wider SMP local targeted outreach to support SMP Key Actions Current activities map showing gaps/overlaps Research / Literature review Key information
    • 6. Digital Participation in Scotland Remit of ‘Hub’ Hub is Digital Participation Network Scotland – DPSN A collaborative, knowledge centre To ensure that any issues specific to Scotland are raised with the larger Consortium Will make impact via bringing people and issues together at events and round table meetings, speaking platforms etc Actively seeking partners for projects such as SSD, Glasgow, Home Access Initiative
    • 7. Digital Participation in Scotland
      • Key Thoughts
      • Digital Participation can help achieve all of the Scottish Government’s strategic objectives
      • Lots of good work going on – requires joining up to be greater than the sum of its parts
      • The societal costs of doing nothing are greater than the investment required at this point in time
      • Digital skills should be considered the ‘3 rd Literacy’ alongside reading and writing
    • 8. Digital Participation in Scotland Self-excluded It’s not for me – 37% Don’t need it at home – 5%
    • 9. Digital Participation in Scotland Self-excluded It’s not for me – 37% Don’t need it at home – 5% Retired Over 65
    • 10. Digital Participation in Scotland Take Up - Communications Technology Adoption
    • 11. Digital Participation in Scotland Types of activities carried out at least once a week
    • 12. Digital Participation in Scotland Experience of and interest in setting up a social networking site

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