2014 Digital Inclusion Forum
Friday, January 17, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The digital divide affects us all, and as we move further into a technology-based society, digital inclusion ensures that all individuals can participate fully in the economic, educational, civic and social activities of our communities.
At the Digital Inclusion Forum:
- Learn about current local, state and national Digital Inclusion projects, initiatives and opportunities
- Share your perspective and discuss how technology access, skills and use affects your business and/or community
- Develop vision and action steps for the coming year in world café-style small groups; table leads will collect action steps and support implementation throughout the year
- Connect withForum attendees from across sectors through networking sessions
Who should attend? Staff, Stakeholders and Policy Makers from:
Community Technology Centers Computer Labs Libraries
Non-profit Organizations Youth Organizations Workforce Centers
Adult Education Centers The Technology Industry Schools and Universities
Government Business/Private Sector
…And anyone interested in learning about and supporting Digital Inclusion!
When: Friday, January 17, 2014
8:30 am - 12 pm
8:00 am Check in and Continental Breakfast
Special thanks to Best Buy for providing event space and refreshments.
Location: Best Buy Headquarters
7601 Penn Ave S, Richfield MN 55423
Parking is FREE- Enter Visitor Parking on Penn Ave
REGISTER EARLY! Due to space limitations, registration is limited!
Questions/Contact: Technology Literacy Collaborative http://tlc-mn.org/contact-information or 612-673-2026
Supporting Organizations: Best Buy, City of Minneapolis IT Department, Community Technology Empowerment Project – An AmeriCorps Program of St. Paul Neighborhood Network, Neighborhood House, Pillsbury United Communities-Waite House, Project for Pride in Living
When & Where
Technology Literacy Collaborative
The mission of the Technology Literacy Collaborative (TLC) is to promote digital inclusion. TLC is a network of digital inclusion supporters committed to sharing best practices, advocating for technology and digital literacy skills and access, and promoting collaborative efforts.
See our website: http://tlc-mn.org/