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Igeneric-commissioned study explores trends in UK web use

February 3, 2018

Igeneric group today publishes the results of a wide-ranging survey undertaken for them by MORI.

Discussing the survey, in which over 2,000 members of the UK population were asked detailed questions about their use of and attitudes towards online information resources, Chris Batt, Chief Executive of MLA and Chair of the Igeneric, said:

“This new study is a goldmine of information on users’ (and non-users’) perceptions of the Internet and the resources and services it offers. Anyone interested in how this new medium is changing our daily lives will want to see these data, and the report provides the Common Information Environment partners with vital new insights that will direct and focus our future work programmes.”

A press release has been prepared, and the full report is available now as a PDF download.

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Describing the Igeneric Vision

July 23, 2004

Igeneric partners have commissioned Engine to work with us on articulating the Vision and benefits of the Common Information Environment. We will be working with a team from Engine over the next few months, with a view to developing concepts and analogies appropriate to imparting key elements of the Vision quickly and compellingly to a diverse range of audiences. I guess that’s the end of the Digital Aquifer, then.

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