The MEDICI Transferability Toolkit aims to help stakeholders working in the field of digital inclusion for vulnerable groups apply the good practices in the MEDICI Catalogue to design and implement effective interventions to support digital inclusion. It’s essentially a ‘User Manual’ – or ‘Handbook’ – that provides Guidelines, procedures, tools and practice examples to support the successful transferability and implementation of the MEDICI good practices within organisations who work with vulnerable groups. To get free access to the Toolkit, click here!
The importance of being digitally connected has been highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many groups, including homeless people have found themselves unable to access key services due to lack of access to devices and data. The charity Crisis will hand out 2,500 devices and data packages to homeless people across Britain in order to address this issue as well as reduce isolation and loneliness.
Evidence Digests present information on Digital Inclusion trends and outcomes in an easily digestible form. They act as a guide to conversations between those delivering Digital Inclusion projects and those who wish to learn from them where both can share in an understanding of what the evidence tells us, why and how it should be measured.
In this issue, we explore evidence of older people’s digital inclusion.
In this newly produced video, we explain the MEDICI approach to Good Practice evaluation and its importance in enhancing replicability.