Research & Publications
The mission of the Community Technology Program is to ensure digital inclusion for all, so that residents and neighborhoods have the information technology capacity needed for civic and cultural participation, employment, lifelong learning, and access to essential services. This includes work on the digital inclusion essential areas of access, literacy, and content.
The 2013 Information Technology Indicators project, which measures the impact of information technology on the health and vitality of the city and barriers to adoption, will be available shortly.
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Other City of Seattle Community Technology Publications & Presentations
Comments filed with FCC concerning proposed Digital Literacy Program in Universal Service Reform proceedings, 2012. Filed by City of Seattle and Washington State Council on Digital Inclusion/ Communities Connect Network
Driving Broadband Adoption: How to implement cost effective programs in your community. E-natoa seminar, April 11, 2011
David Keyes' powerpoint
The Race and Social Justice Information Technology Project Management Checklist is a series of questions to be used to guide inclusive planning, design and product deployment for internl and external IT projects, both web and non-web related.
Jan 11, 2010 Austin Connects keynote: The Faces of Community Technology David Keyes' Powerpoint
Dissertation by Ming-Chun Lee (pdf document), including an examination of Seattle's Technology Matching Fund, titled:"An Integrated Model of Community Technology: An Asset-based Approach to Community-based Computer Learning"