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The DiSTO project develops and improves measures and models of people’s digital skills, digital engagement, and outcomes of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) use - mapping these onto social inequalities.
An evaluation of the Cyberscene project, which tackles issues around cyberbullying
Children's and adolescents' digital access in Chile
A multidisciplinary webinar on digital skills, literacies, and citizenship
Panel discussion at the UK IGF
DiSTO🔸From Digital Skills to Tangible Outcomes DiS2O
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