Browse below to find resources, guides and toolkits created by LOTI.
This toolkit takes key learnings from the way several organisations have recently sourced digital devices for local residents and provides advice if you wish to set up a similar scheme.
A toolkit, developed with Ofcom, to encourage signposting to broadband social tariffs.
A Capability Model for London Boroughs describing the core capabilities they need in their digital, data and innovation functions.
A research report exploring the potential of using upcycled devices from London’s major corporate and public sector organisations to meet the demand for devices.
LOTI has developed 15 recommendations for local government to develop their data ethics capabilities, building on a review of existing ethical principles from around the world. ‘Data ethics’ refers to how we collect, share and use data, and so goes …
Digital Exclusion story maps guide practitioners in boroughs, health and the VCS to the places and people in most need of digital inclusion support. Our initial work has focused on Older People.
Templates to help practitioners map their borough’s services to the segments of digital exclusion.
Research, analysis and case studies outlining how organisations in the UK and abroad are using digital and innovative approaches for delivering high-quality social care.
A database of UK-based social care technology innovators and accompanying report outlining how these innovative solutions are supporting the social care sector.
A comprehensive report outlining the approaches undertaken by the public, private and third sectors in tackling digital exclusion in London.
A list of almost 40 device upcycling service providers including details of what services they provide, the costs they charge and what volumes they deal with.
LOTI have collected a range of case studies from different government organizations, both local, national and international, detailing different approaches to data ethics.