research on skills, uses and outcomes of Internet technology - by Alexander van Deursen
Onderzoek (in Dutch)
In the Media
2014 - The Digital Divide Shifts to Differences in Usage
2012 - Proposing a survey instrument for measuring Internet skills
2016 - Modeling traditional literacy, Internet skills and Internet usage: an empirical study
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Papers presented at conferences
2017 - What Comprises The Second- And Third Level Digital Divide? A Systematic Review Of Digital Divide Determinants
2016 - Sequential and Compound digital deprivation
2015 - Internet Skill Levels Increase, But Gaps Widen
2015 - Changing Inequalities in Online Engagement
2015 - Measuring Internet skills
2014 - Who benefits most from being online?
2014 - A multifacted model to explain digital Divides
2013 - Traditional literacy and Internet skills as determinants of Internet usage: a structural model
2012 - Proposing A Survey Instrument For Measuring Internet Skills.
2012 - Internet Skills and Support Matter.
2012 - A social revolution online?
2010 - The Older the better. Rethinking Internet skills.
2010 - Traditional media skills and digital media skills: Much of a difference?
2010 - Validation of a Dutch Version of the eHealth Literacy Scale (eHEALS).
2010 - Internet skills, vital assets in an information society
2008 - Measuring digital skills. Performance tests of Internet skills among the Dutch population.
2006 - The Internet as a service channel in the public sector. A substitute or complement of traditional service channels?
Zicht op ICT-competenties