Trendrapports on Digital Inclusion

As the Internet becomes an increasingly embedded part of everyday life for many people, research on digital inclusion has been criticized. There are concerns about the lack of strong theoretical developments within the field and the limitations of the survey measures typically used in research and evaluations of initiatives. In this project, we aim to address these criticisms through developing theoretically informed survey measures of people's digital skills, engagement with the Internet, and the tangible outcomes this Internet use has in their lives. Annually, measures take place among the Dutch population. In parallel to the development of survey measures, collaborations with government, third sector and academic institutions have been put into place 

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