This is one of five half-day trainings taking place the day before the 2015 Leading Change Summit in Washington, D.C. Half-day trainings are open to both LCS attendees and non-LCS attendees. Space is limited.
Digital literacy includes knowing how to use a mouse, a browser, and navigating the Web. It also includes knowing how to use those tools to meet our own needs and goals, whether to access information and education, communicate with family and friends, or connect to our children’s teachers and our doctors. The Internet has the potential to help all of us engage in our communities, access services and resources, and communicate with others near and far, but only if we are all online. Nonprofits play a critical role in helping all members of our communities get online. This half-day workshop includes best practices and case studies from leading digital literacy and inclusion programs to help you create or expand your organization’s efforts.