Community Technology Resources
& Lesson Plans
Seattle and Washington State
Seattle area non-profits with technology planning and
implementation, coordinates volunteers and offers a
range of training.
Communities Connect Network
A network focused on supporting and advancing community development in Washington State through the use of community technology.
A free, public-access network run by volunteers. SCN
provides web space and dial-up Internet.
Based in Seattle, but serving a wider region, One Northwest assists environmental organizations and activist get online. Their site also has very useful planning forms, tools and suggestions.
Originally known as the Washington State Neighborhood Networks Consortium, Digital Promise's mission is to increase access to computers and the Internet in low-income, elderly, and disabled housing communities.
National and International
The leading network of more than 1200 community technology centers where people get access to computers and computer-related technology, such as the Internet.
nonprofits one-stop shopping for their technology
needs. TechSoup is committed to leveraging its
strength as a community-wide portal for the benefit of
the entire community.
A technical assistance provider and community of resources advancing telecentres worldwide. In English, Spanish and French.
Alliance for Technology Access (ATA)
National network of community-based Resource Centers, Developers, Vendors, and Associates dedicated to providing information and support services to children and adults with disabilities, and increasing their use of standard, assistive, and information technologies.
Geared towards libraries, but with a range of tools, resources and discussions relevant to the larger community technology field.
California Community Technology Foundation
A foundation which has invested in community enterprises that accelerate civic engagement and economic empowerment.
The community technology resources from this national nonprofit organization devoted to the education and leadership development of Puerto Rican and other Latino youth. Materials in Spanish and English.
A leading Community technology
center with a mission to ensure that everyone in East Palo Alto, California
tips, news, technology and funding resources for