Spreading the benefits of digital participation inquiry report launched

I am delighted to announce that yesterday the Royal Society of Edinburgh Spreading the Benefits of Digital Participation Inquiry Report was launched at an event in Edinburgh.

I am colossally proud to have been part of this Inquiry and I hope our findings will have a real and positive impact on the uptake and best use of the internet in Scotland and beyond.

There is much more to read, and full access to the report, via these links:

– RSE Spreading the Benefits of Digital Participation Inquiry Report: http://www.royalsoced.org.uk/1136_FinalReport.html (can be downloaded as PDF, ebook, etc.)
Digiscot Inquiry Blog Post on the report
EDINA news item on the release


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About Nicola Osborne

I am Digital Education Manager and Service Manager at EDINA, a role I share with my colleague Lorna Campbell. I was previously Social Media Officer for EDINA working across all projects and services. I am interested in the opportunities within teaching and learning for film, video, sound and all forms of multimedia, as well as social media, crowdsourcing and related new technologies.

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