digital inclusion


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digital inclusion

The incorporation of information technologies into the community in order to promote education and improve the quality of life. See technology gap.
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This event is an opportunity to enhance our strategy and to address our stakeholders expectations in order to encourage long-term digital inclusion.
Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and managed by the ALA Office for Research & Statistics and the Information Policy and Access Center at the University of Maryland, the Digital Inclusion Study provides national- and state-level data.
The work we are doing with housing associations is moving at a pace but just the tip of an iceberg of even greater potential to really bring about digital inclusion for so many people.
Strategies to accelerate digital inclusion to leverage the growth potential of emerging economies and developing markets were a key focus of discussions.
Seetharaman gave insight on Qatar's digital inclusion program and digital society.
On Qatar's digital inclusion programme and digital society, Seetharaman said, "The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR) works to bridge the digital divide in Qatar so that everybody can be a part of the country's information society through the Digital Inclusion programme, which is the process of reaching out to the Qatar population.
To support the Castle Vale Digital Inclusion Project, visit https:// community-fund.
Deborah Matthews, head of ICT at Coast & Country, has always been passionate about finding ways to help our tenants get online and we were extremely proud when she was recognised for her outstanding contribution to digital inclusion in the Northeast.
Thought to be the first of its kind in Wales, and the most comprehensive resource in the UK, the website will be showcased today in Wrexham at Disability Wales' annual Conference, the theme of which is digital inclusion.
Shriram added that digital inclusion can help SMEs become more competitive, give a fillip to key sectors like agriculture, infrastructure, education and healthcare and help in job creation for the youth.
Mr McCrudden explains: "It's all about building awareness of how digital inclusion can help people with sight and hearing difficulties.
Other objectives include to build human and institutional capacity, promote digital inclusion and provide concentrated assistance to countries in special need and to enhance climate change adaptation and mitigation, and disaster management efforts through telecommunications and ICTs.
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