Increasing Digital Inclusion is Socially Responsible and the Entire Family Must be Engaged in the Home Learning Process Cost relevance and literacy are barriers to adoption and those barriers affect some sub-sections of our population more than other sections. Since broadband is a gateway to the empowerment that the Internet offers, it is socially responsible … Read More » “Social Responsibility and Engaging the Entire Family”
ISP organizations and NGO can partner together to increase awareness and help engage the government and other stakeholders in a discussion of digital inclusion and digital literacy best practices. With nearly 150 attendees and speakers representing government, ISPs, and NGOs, the Broadband Adoption Summit thoughtfully discussed barriers to and catalysts that will enhance broadband adoption. … Read More » “NGOs Work With ISP Associations to Increase Digital Literacy Awareness”
Fort Wayne Mayor Graham Richards Talks about Net Literacy at the 2007 Killer Apps Conference.
The Digital Divide Initiative builds bridges to opportunity through innovative partnerships to bring technology to underserved populations.
Senior Connects Program – This program promotes senior citizen computer and Internet literacy by supplying computers and training materials; or by building public computer labs and teaching senior citizens (and especially those seniors that are mobility impaired or lack reliable transportation)computer and Internet skills. Senior Connects (www.seniorconnects.org) has provided many residents with their first access … Read More » “Senior Connects on Retirement Living TV Part I”
An initiative to close the technology gap between low-income and high income families.
Save the Children’s Technology and Education Program addresses the poverty and educational challenges facing Bolivia’s children and youth by providing innovative technology training for them and their teachers. Learn more: http://tinyurl.com/tw-000011
Did you know there are lots of disadvantaged school kids, about 2 million, who can’t get access to a computer or the Internet at home. This means they are missing out on everything computers have to offer. To find out why computers are so important, Miles decides to conduct an experiment.
1. Senior Connects Program – This program promotes senior citizen computer and Internet literacy by supplying computers and training materials; or by building public computer labs and teaching senior citizens (and especially those seniors that are mobility impaired or lack reliable transportation)computer and Internet skills (www.seniorconnects.org). 2. Safe Connects Program – With Internet predators and … Read More » “A Digital Inclusion NGO Helps to Increase Digital Inclusion”