Australian Digital Inclusion Index (ADII)
|RMIT University, Swinbburne University of Technology and Telstra. - external site opens in new window
|Description of data source
The ADII has been created to measure the level of digital inclusion across the Australian population, and to monitor this level over time. Using data collected through the Australian Internet Usage Survey, the ADII has been developed through a collaborative partnership between RMIT University, Swinburne University of Technology, and Telstra.
People who report the presence of a chronic disability, health condition or injury that restricts their everyday activities.
Age refers to the age of a person on their last birthday.
Sex is recorded as ‘Male’, ‘Female’ and ‘Non-binary’; however, due to sample size limitations, the index does not provide a score for non-binary populations.
Indigenous status is voluntarily self-reported based on the ABS Indigenous Status Standard.2 The term ‘First Nations people’ is used to refer to survey respondents who have identified as being of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander origin during the data collection process.
|Definition of CALD
Those who mainly speak a language other than English at home.
Small Area Estimate modelling aligned to ABS areas to provide insights into digital inclusion for most state, territory, and local government areas.
National, state and territory data are available.