Background research reports for BIS Future Digital Inclusion
Published: 13th Jun 2016
To supplement internal data on the impact of the Future Digital Inclusion programme, Good Things Foundation commissioned independent research agency Just Economics to carry out two closely-related research studies:
- A Social Return on Investment - Analysis of the Social Value of Future Digital Inclusion-funded Activities (Just Economics)
- UK online centres, Good Things Foundation and the progression to Further Education (Just Economics) - A broader study assessing the activities of UK online centres and the value added by support provided by Good Things Foundation.
Taken together, the findings from these reports provide a detailed picture of how digital skills training is being embedded in community support programmes by a wide range of UK online centres.