Building Digital Communities: Pilot
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Last Modified: 27 September 2013
Learning from Dodge City's use of the Building Digital Communities Stakeholder Survey.
Last Modified: 27 June 2013
The first two steps of Building Digital Communities: A Framework for Action are to "Convene stakeholders" and "Develop a shared community understanding of digital inclusion".
Last Modified: 18 April 2013
To build a community-wide effort around increasing access and use of information technology, the Dodge City Library, City of Dodge City and the Dodge City Community College iare gathering stakeholders May 24 and 25.
Last Modified: 01 April 2013
Complementing IMLS’s efforts, OCLC continues to work with communities across the country who are forging a path to digital inclusion. Local leadership teams are learning the importance of convening stakeholders from all community sectors.
Last Modified: 29 November 2012
Summary of the achievements and lessons learned in the early stages of testing the usefulness of the IMLS framework for Building Digital Communities.
Last Modified: 20 September 2012
Learn why the call to action to increase digital inclusion across the U. S. is viewed as an essential and sweeping cross-community effort.
Last Modified: 14 August 2012
As trailblazers in tackling the digital divide in Minneapolis, city officials and their partners are creating models for other communities to follow.
Last Modified: 17 July 2012
IMLS (Institute of Museum & Library Services) has a national initiative focused on building digital communities, which includes a framework for communities to work together across sectors to make progress on digital inclusion initiatives.
Last Modified: 12 July 2012
Overview of the digital inclusion summit held in St. Paul (MN) as part of a project funded by IMLS. Includes the background, summit objectives, participant selection, summit program and outcomes.
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