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2018 Digital Inclusion Summit



ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY – Building a digitally connected, prosperous community


WHEN: Thursday, May 10, 8:30am – 4:00pm

WHERE: Pacific Northwest College of Art - 511 NW Broadway, Portland 

“The societal cost of digital exclusion is great. Without functional access to the internet, full participation in nearly every aspect of society is compromised – from economic success and educational achievement, to positive health outcomes and civic engagement.” – Digital Equity Action Plan Year 1 – Progress Report

We hope you will attend the 2018 Summit to join in a day of discussion, information sharing and partnership building. The event is free. As we get closer to the Summit, we will send more information about registration, the program and speakers.

The Summit is hosted by the Digital Inclusion Network (DIN), a consortium of diverse community-based organizations, public agencies and businesses working together to raise awareness about digital equity barriers and to develop solutions to bridging the digital divide for our community’s most vulnerable populations - people of color, people with disabilities, people with limited English language proficiency, people of low-income and older adults.

WHO should attend: leaders, decision-makers and digital inclusion program implementers in the educational arena, tech business community, non-profit community, philanthropic community, health service providers, broadband providers, public agencies, and policy makers.

For more about the DIN and the Digital Equity Action Plan: