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Innovative Partnerships that Support Community Digital Literacy Training

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Description:

The hardest part of sustainability for digital inclusion work in most communities continues to be the cost of basic digital literacy training. In this roundtable we'll share our most promising strategies to address this problem through innovative partnerships and collaborations.

 

We'll be trying to frame the conversation with these initial questions:

 

A) When approaching funders to support digital literacy programs, what are their interests and concerns, or what information do they want to know from our organizations?

 

B) What have been the barriers to forming partnerships - with local governments or other interested parties or partners?

 

C)  How successful have we been at building collaborations to target specific populations? 

 

Location: Helzberg Auditorium

Date: Thursday May 19th, 2016

Time: 10:45-11:45 AM

 

Panelists:

Hannah Sassaman

Policy Director

Media Mobilizing Project

 

Will Reed

Executive Director

Technology for All

 

Wanda Davis

Executive Director

Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center

 

Lazone Grays

Executive Director

IBSA

 

Tom Kamber

Executive Director

OATS (Older Adults Technology Services)

 

Moderator:

Mitsuko R. Herrera

Program Director 

Ultra Montgomery, Montgomery County, MD

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