Applying a digital exclusion framework to understand the performance of cultural organisations

This research was conducted by Indigo Holcombe-James at RMIT University, Australia


This paper sets out how a digital exclusion framework of ‘access, abilities, and affordability’ can be used to understand the needs and deficiencies of cultural institutions. The main areas of digital difficulty for organisations were access to devices like …

The 'digital turn' taken during COVID was unsustainable

This research was conducted by Ole Marius Hylland at Telemark Research Institute, Norway


This paper charts the way that the cultural sector in Norway took a ‘digital turn’ during the first 100 days of the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown in Norway. The research was a rapid response to the crisis – …