Digital Inclusion Week
The City celebrated 2019 Digital Inclusion Week (DIW) and 2018 International Digital Inclusion Week (IDIW) by developing and implementing community outreach and engagement campaign plans. Save the date and tune-in October 5 – 9, 2020 for 2020 Digital Inclusion Week. For more information, visit the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) DIW website.
PREVIOUS DIGITAL INCLUSION WEEK EFFORTS
- Facebook Live at Mark Twain Neighborhood Library: City staff hosted a Facebook Live on October 16, 2018 at the Mark Twain Neighborhood Library. During the Facebook Live, City staff partnered with the Librarian to showcase the resources and services the Mark Twain Neighborhood Library provides for the community. The Facebook Live reached 3,873 people and had close to 1,300 video views.
- Facebook Live at the Bret Harte Neighborhood Library: City staff hosted a Facebook Live on October 9, 2019 at the Bret Harte Neighborhood Library. During the Facebook Live, City staff hosted an interactive multilingual discussion to promote Digital Inclusion Week and 2020 Census efforts. The Facebook Live reached 5.6K people and had over 2,300 video views.
- In-Person Grassroots Community Outreach: City staff developed and implemented a grassroots and equity-based community outreach strategy to engage with hard-to-count communities and communities most affected by the digital divide to promote Digital Inclusion Week and 2020 Census efforts. City staff visited close to 40 laundromats and engaged with over 140 residents. Below are the City’s Digital Inclusion Initiative factsheets.