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No More Silos: Overcoming Barriers to Digital Inclusion Partnerships Among Libraries, Schools, City

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Description:

City governments, local libraries, school districts and community-based nonprofits all play important roles in helping our constituents to overcome barriers to digital literacy and access – but we don't always work together as effectively as we might think. This roundtable will discuss what it takes to break out of institutional silos and create effective, mutually supportive program partnerships.

 

Location: Multi-Purpose Room

Date: Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Time: 2:15-3:15 PM

 

Panelists:

Carrie Coogan

Deputy Director

Kansas City Public Library

 

Jayne James

Digital Equity Agenda

CoSN

 

Dan Noyes

Co-Director and Chief Wrangler

Tech Goes Home/Openairboston

 

Susan Corbett

CEO 

Axiom Technology and Axiom Education and Training Center

 

Denise Linn

Program Analyst

Smart Chicago Collaborative

 

Moderator:

Bruce Clark

Digital Inclusion Project Manager

Queens University of Charlotte

Comments (1)

clarkb2@queens.edu said

at 2:33 pm on May 17, 2016

Hello Denise, Susan, Dan, Jayne, and Carrie! Looking forward to being with you all on our round table. If possible, I'd love to get everyone's email if possible. You can share them here or via email at clarkb2@queens.edu

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