“It’s not the tech, it’s how it’s used”

2 November 2021

Digit's Co-Director, Professor Jacqueline O'Reilly has been quoted in an article in the Guardian discussing the effect of technology-enabled home working on equality and inclusion.

£123,000 awarded in Digit Innovation Fund Round 2

28 July 2021

Projects awarded funding include research into the deployment of digital technologies in social care work and exploring disability, neurodiversity and remote working.

Rural co-working spaces workshop

1 July 2021

A Digit-funded research project investigating the role of coworking spaces in digital rural futures has held a workshop with over 50 operators, policymakers and researchers.

Initial research findings presented: Digitalisation of Employment Services

14 June 2021

Associate Professor Jo Ingold presented initial findings from the UK phase of the Digitalisation of Employment Services research at the National Employment Services Conference in Canberra on 9th June.

Digit PhD opportunity

11 June 2021

Digit is inviting applications for a PhD studentship at the University of Sussex.

Digit Associate Fellow Rachel Verdin discusses the COVID-19 gender pay gap

4 June 2021

Digit Associate Fellow, Rachel Verdin was interviewed on CGTN's 'The Agenda' about 'The COVID-19 gender gap'.

Job opportunity: Research Assistant/Associate

27 April 2021

Applications are invited for a Research Assistant/Research Associate position at the University of Cambridge.

Digit Innovation Fund Round 2 now open

20 April 2021

We are now inviting applications for our second round of Innovation Funding.

Digit researcher co-authors report on Working from Home

12 April 2021

Digit Co-Investigator, Professor Debra Howcroft, has co-authored a report on working from home (WFH) for the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC).

Return to the office? Mark Stuart quoted in BBC article

30 March 2021

Digit Co-Director, Professor Mark Stuart, is quoted in an article by the BBC discussing the future for remote working as Covid-19 vaccinations are rolled out.

“It’s not the tech, it’s how it’s used”

2 November 2021

Digit's Co-Director, Professor Jacqueline O'Reilly has been quoted in an article in the Guardian discussing the effect of technology-enabled home working on equality and inclusion.

£123,000 awarded in Digit Innovation Fund Round 2

28 July 2021

Projects awarded funding include research into the deployment of digital technologies in social care work and exploring disability, neurodiversity and remote working.

Rural co-working spaces workshop

1 July 2021

A Digit-funded research project investigating the role of coworking spaces in digital rural futures has held a workshop with over 50 operators, policymakers and researchers.

Initial research findings presented: Digitalisation of Employment Services

14 June 2021

Associate Professor Jo Ingold presented initial findings from the UK phase of the Digitalisation of Employment Services research at the National Employment Services Conference in Canberra on 9th June.

Digit PhD opportunity

11 June 2021

Digit is inviting applications for a PhD studentship at the University of Sussex.

Digit Associate Fellow Rachel Verdin discusses the COVID-19 gender pay gap

4 June 2021

Digit Associate Fellow, Rachel Verdin was interviewed on CGTN's 'The Agenda' about 'The COVID-19 gender gap'.

Job opportunity: Research Assistant/Associate

27 April 2021

Applications are invited for a Research Assistant/Research Associate position at the University of Cambridge.

Digit Innovation Fund Round 2 now open

20 April 2021

We are now inviting applications for our second round of Innovation Funding.

Digit researcher co-authors report on Working from Home

12 April 2021

Digit Co-Investigator, Professor Debra Howcroft, has co-authored a report on working from home (WFH) for the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC).

Return to the office? Mark Stuart quoted in BBC article

30 March 2021

Digit Co-Director, Professor Mark Stuart, is quoted in an article by the BBC discussing the future for remote working as Covid-19 vaccinations are rolled out.