This Directions Paper identifies impediments and solutions to enterprise and social development through digital participation in Northern Australia.

While the paper’s focus is pan-Northern (east to west) digital inclusion, it offers insights into agriculture, health and First Nations sectors (in alignment with the CRCNA’s focus areas).

This work was undertaken by a consortium of university and industry partners including the QUT Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC) (lead institution), The Cairns Institute at James Cook University, the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University, Regional Development Australia Northern Territory, and the Centre for Appropriate Technology.

Premise was engaged by the CRCNA to work in partnership with this consortium to investigate and produce three case studies and a technical note for the agricultural sector. These resources are referenced in Appendix A & B of the Directions Paper.

To view the paper, please visit here.