Tuesday, May 7, 7 p.m.
Upper Gwinn Commons
Free and Open to the Public
Seattle is known as a place of technological innovation, but many residents do not have access to the technology or skills needed to participate fully in our digital society. Come hear what the City of Seattle and other organizations are doing to close divides related to digital access and digital literacy.
Digital Equity Program Manager, City of Seattle
Chair of the Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board and Board Advisor for DemocracyLab
Executive Director, Helping Link
Executive Director and Chief Librarian, The Seattle Public Library
Research Coordinator and Analyst, Technology and Social Change Group at the University of Washington Information School
Moderated by Michael Paulus
University Librarian, Assistant Provost for Educational Technology, and Director of Information Studies, Seattle Pacific University
Sponsored by the Information Studies Program
and Friends of the Seattle Pacific University Library
Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2019