Enhancing lives with basic digital skills and Get Digital
In this personal blog, Matt Oliver, from the Tech Partnership, brings to life the reality of digital inclusion and how it can enhance our lives and the lives of our loved ones.
We must work together to address the basic digital skills issue
Tech Partnership CEO Karen Price shares her optimism and drive for taking forward Doteveryone's work on basic digital skills.
Tech Partnership welcomes progress on basic digital skills
As the Tech Partnership assumes responsibility for the basic digital skills agenda, the UK Basic Digital Skills survey issued today, reveals that over a million more adults have gained basic digital skills in the year since the last survey was conducted.
- Lloyds Banking Group Digital Consumer Index 2017
- Basic Digital Skills UK Summary of Findings 2017
- Lloyds Banking Group Digital Business Index 2016
- Basic Digital Skills UK Survey 2015
- The economic impact of Basic Digital Skills and inclusion in the UK, 2015
- Boosting Basic Digital Skills, Go ON Croydon and Go ON Lewisham project report
- Ofcom reports
The Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index is the first UK report of its kind to benchmark the digital and financial capability of UK consumers.
The Basic Digital Skills measure was created by Doteveryone and partners to measure levels of digital skills among UK adults. This summary of findings are based on the research conducted in November 2016. For more detail, refer to Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index 2017.
Lloyds Banking Group's UK Business Digital Index looks into the digital maturity of small and medium-sized enterprises and charities in the UK, and the impact that their digital capability has upon their success.
This report looks at the level of digital literacy across the UK and uses different demographic and technology ownership groups to highlight any differences. Go ON UK commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a study looking into who has these Basic Digital Skills and therefore the overall level of digital literacy in the UK.
The economic impact of basic digital skills and inclusion in the UK, 2015 - Tinder Foundation and Go ON UK
This report shows the huge financial and social benefits of everyone in the UK having the digital skills they need to survive in our digital world.
Doteveryone spent a year in two London boroughs finding out how best to help people gain the digital skills they need. This is their findings.
Communications Market Report
Ofcom's twelfth annual Communications Market report containing statistics and analysis of the UK communications sector with analysis on broadcast television and radio, fixed and mobile telephony, and internet take-up and consumption.
Telecoms Data Updates
Quarterly updates tracking key trends emerging from the data collected on the UK telecommunications sector including fixed voice services, mobile services and fixed broadband.
Attitudes to Online and On Demand content
This report examins the use of on-demand and online audiovisual services in the UK. The report provides detailed evidence about users’ perceptions of content standards in audiovisual content and their concerns about those standards.
A collection of Ofcoms main research publications relating to the area of adult's and children's media literacy.
Access and Inclusion
In this report, Ofcom present a range of data on the availability, take-up, use and affordability of communications services. This helps us understand how well the communications sector is meeting the needs of consumers whose circumstances make them vulnerable.