Digital identity security information practices of citizens (DISIPRAC) is a project led by Peter Cruickshank.
On Thursday 27th February, Peter and our (then) Centre for Social Informatics colleague Dr Frances Ryan (now at Aberdeen University) hosted a workshop on the DISIPRAC project themes. This took place at the Edinburgh Napier University Merchiston campus. Twelve people, all of whom help adults in the community, joined Peter and Frances to discuss three scenarios associated with facilitating access to services provided by UK, Scottish, and local governments.
Peter and Frances have just published a report that summarises the activities completed at the workshop, as well as the main findings from the discussions on the day. The report is now available to download from the Edinburgh Napier University repository. The contents will be of interest to all who help others with the management of their digital identities.