Contemporary policies on knowledge and innovations are closely embedded into the high expectations on the digital world. However, not all citizens have access to digital technologies and/or competences and resources to use the technologies. The concept digital divide has been on the political and academic agenda for nearly 20 years. Today there is a need for more elaborative and nuanced models on digital innovation and the knowledge society to address basic values and inclusion, participation and growth. This session invites participation and papers addressing and discussion digital divides from perspectives, cases and opens for policy implications.
Chairs: Prof. Elin Wihlborg, Linköping University, Sweden, firstname.lastname@example.org, Assoc. Prof. Karin Skill, Linköping University, Sweden, email@example.com; Assist. Prof. Nicola Matteucci, Marche Polytechnic University, Ancona, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org & Assist. Prof. Irene Bernhard, University West, Sweden, email@example.com