Today sees the publication and launch of the Interim Report from the Royal Society of Edinburgh Spreading the Benefits of Digital Participation Inquiry.
I have been delighted to be a member of this Inquiry Committee as we have spent the last year or so investigating existing research and speaking to people across Scotland about their own experiences, concerns and ideas. And I wanted to make sure the report was shared here as I hope you will help us get word out about it.
We are really keen to ensure that the Interim Report is read and responded to by many new voices, particularly those who we have yet to engage with. We are keen to hear your honest and informed feedback, comments, and suggestions as we reflect upon the Interim Report and make changes and improvements before a final report is launched in Spring 2014.
The best way to get in touch with your feedback is to email the Royal Society of Edinburgh (email@example.com) but I will also be happy to pass on any comments left on this post or sent directly to me.
Find out more:
- Download and read the Interim Report from the Inquiry website: http://digiscot.net/
- View the launch announcement on the Inquiry Blog.
- Read more about the Inquiry on the Royal Society of Edinburgh Spreading the Benefits of Digital Participation page.
- Follow the Inquiry on Twitter, @digiscot, or share your thoughts on the report with the #digiscot hashtag.
- Find out more about the Royal Society of Edinburgh.