Topic: Digital Inclusion

New connections reunite sisters with lost family

September 27, 2018
Access remains a huge barrier for a large number of Americans, but for one NTEN Digital Inclusion Fellow, making the change is positive, long-lasting, and intensely personal.

Using adult learning principles in technology trainings

August 14, 2018
Over the course of many tech trainings, I learned a few key lessons about how to (and how not to) train adults.

Closing the digital divide in public schools

August 9, 2018
A unique public-private partnership is increasing connectivity and access to technology in and out of the classroom.

How to develop a volunteer management plan

August 3, 2018
It can be daunting to think about recruiting volunteers, but people do want to help. How can we tap into this desire and effectively engage volunteers?

How 2 communities are bridging the digital divide

July 16, 2018
An innovative nonprofit is tackling the digital divide and STEM achievement gaps with after-school digital inclusion programs.

Collaboration and creativity: Digital Inclusion Fellows make a difference

July 11, 2018
Digital Inclusion Fellows achieved some outstanding feats last year, training nearly 2,000 individuals, provided almost 9,000 hours of digital skills trainings.

The 4 pillars of responsible use of nonprofit data

June 17, 2018
Trust, humanity, equity, and privacy should be at the heart of our data-driven future. What we build should be in service to the communities they’re for.

It’s National Digital Inclusion Week

May 7, 2018
It's National Digital Inclusion Week and NTEN is proud to participate! Nonprofit organizations are uniquely positioned to make significant impact toward digital equity.

Digital Adoption in 2018

April 25, 2018
While some digital adoption gaps are closing, there are still significant roadblocks for organizations serving the 60 million Americans who don’t have internet access at home.

Three steps to speaking your community’s language

February 2, 2018
If our resources are only available in the languages that nonprofit workers speak, we are missing opportunities to connect, engage, and collaborate with the full breadth of our communities. Having a website that is accessible in multiple languages is fast becoming best practice for nonprofits that serve multilingual communities.