List of publications

 

WP1 (March 2016)

D.1.1. A theoretical revision of the evolution of the concept of e-inclusion

(Click here for the research report)

 

 

D.1.2. Reconsidering digital skills: A theoretical questioning of competencies, attitudes, knowledge and practical skills that define e-inclusion

(Click here for the research report)

D.1.3. State of the art of e-inclusion in Belgium: a preliminary quantitative analysis

(Click here for the research report)

D.1.4. Working paper “The new scene of e-inclusion in Belgium”

(Synthesis report coming soon)

WP2 (2016 - 2017)
 

D.2.1. Recherche qualitative : usagers et parcours de vie. Problématisation et dispositif empirique.

(Click here for the research report)

 

D.2.2. A qualitative analysis of the development of digital autonomy beyond a life course perspective

(Research report coming soon)

 

D.2.3. A qualitative analysis of the development of digital autonomy from within a life course perspective

(Click here for the research report and here for the executive summary)

 

D.2.4. Working paper: The development of digital autonomy from within and beyond a life course perspective

(Synthesis report coming soon)

 

WP3 (2016 - 2017)

 

D.3.4. The challenging nature of digitization of services: case studies in the areas of mobility, health and administration

(Click here for the research report and here for the executive summary)

 

WP4 (2016 - 2018)

 

D.4.1 e-Inclusion policies in Belgium: An overall view on existing and potential policies, actions and related initiatives 

(Research report coming soon)

 

D.4.2. The playing field of Belgian e-inclusion actors: Who, what, why, how?

(Research report coming soon)

 

D.4.3. State of the art of e-inclusion in Belgium: an updated quantitative analysis

(Click here for the research report)

 

D.4.4. Moving forward with e-inclusion policies in Belgium: A first draft of policy recommendations

(Policy brief – first draft coming soon)

 

WP5 (2017 - 2018)

 

D.5.1 Setting the new scene of e-inclusion in Belgium: A final report

(Research report coming soon)

 

D.5.2. Redefining the individualised experience of e-inclusion: A qualitative analysis within and across three life stages

(Scientific article, preliminary title coming soon)

 

D.5.3. Investigating the challenges and opportunities of the digitization of services: Results from three case studies (Scientific article, preliminary title coming soon)

 

D.5.4. Moving forward with e-inclusion policies in Belgium: Policy recommendations

(Policy brief coming soon)

 

WP6 (2018)

 

D.6.1 IDEALiC project: Evaluation report of the research process and activities

(Evaluation report coming soon)

Additional publications by the IDEALiC Research Team
 

                        Vers une approche sociocritique du numérique en éducation : une structuration à l’œuvre

(Click here for the article)

Mariën, I. & Baelden, D. (2015). 8 Profielen van Digitale Ongelijkheden. Onderzoeksrapport in het kader van het IDEALiC onderzoeksproject. 

(Click here for the research report)

 

 

Mariën, I. & Baelden, D. (2015). 8 Profielen van Digitale Ongelijkheden: Fiches. 

(Click here for the fiches)

 

 

Mariën, I. & Baelden, D. (2015). 8 Profielen van Digitale Ongelijkheden: Poster.

(Click here for the poster)

Schurmans, D., Mariën, I., Laenens, W., & De Coninck, J. (2016). Digitale inclusie voor sociale inclusie. Welzijn en welbevinden van kwetsbare jongeren in de digitale stad: implementatie en beleid?

(Click here for the final report for Prospective Research for Brussels)

Brotcorne, P. (2016) Inégaux face aux technologies numériques: un problème d'acces? Article dans l'Avenir, 24 Octobre 2016.

(Click here for the article)

Bonnetier, C., Brotcorne, P., Vendramin, P., & Schurmans, D. (2017). La fracture numérique sur le territoire de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale. Rapport pour le CIRB. UCL Université catholique de Louvain.

(Click here for the report)

Collin, S., & Brotcorne, P. (2019). Capturing digital (in)equity in teaching and learning: a sociocritical approach. The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology. 

(Click here for the article)

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