A UNIFIED VOICE
FOR DIGITAL INCLUSION POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
The National Digital Inclusion Alliance is a unified voice for home broadband access, public broadband access, personal devices and local technology training and support programs. We work collaboratively to craft, identify and disseminate financial and operational resources for digital inclusion programs while serving as a bridge to policymakers and the general public.
The Net Inclusion Conference has been a staple in the Digital Inclusion community for years, bringing hundreds of practitioners, advocates, academics, Internet service providers, and policymakers together to share their knowledge.
With social distancing in place, NDIA will host the “Net Inclusion 2020 Webinar Series” to replace the conference. This Series will include eight one hour webinars, every Wednesday at 2 PM ET starting September 16th through November 4th.
Digital Inclusion Week is an online event held October 5-9, 2020 to raise awareness of solutions addressing home internet access, personal devices, and local technology training and support programs.
Get involved by creating or finding an activity in your area that builds inclusion by providing computer training, media literacy, affordable devices or internet access to people on the wrong side digital divides – or builds public awareness.
Using data from the 2019 American Community Survey (ACS) One-Year Estimates, today the National Digital Inclusion Alliance releases its annual rankings for America's Worst Connected Cities. Our analysis this year looked at cities with populations of 65,000 or more to...
By Stacey Wedlake, Negin Dayha, Maria Garrido, and Katya Yefimova Access to digital technology represents a foundational step in the refugee resettlement process. The Technology and Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School...
Featured Image provided by Computer ReachGiven the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S.’s focus on internet access has grown exponentially. Students and parents have increasingly become dependent on broadband service to engage in online learning, pay bills, communicate...