Research and Evaluation

Basic Computer Skills Survey

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The Basic Computer Skills Survey is a simple questionnaire to assess the incoming skill level and help to pace the class. The same test is given on the last day of class to provide feedback for class improvements. Created by the Tenderloin Technology Lab.

Innovation

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The Internet was first based on the “Web 1.0” paradigm of Web sites, email, search engines and surfing. Web 2.0 is about conversations, interpersonal networking, personalization and individualism, a much higher level of interactivity and deeper user experiences. It is vital that libraries be at the...

Digital Inclusion Framework

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Provides a policy framework for defining digital inclusion with Access, Literacy and Content (meaningful services) as the major categories. Developed by the Washington state Communities Connect Network and used in the writing of the Washington State law defining digital inclusion and community...

U.S. IMPACT Study - Home

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This is the study of use of public technology in libraries across the U.S. This was conducted by the University of Washington Information School Technology and Social Change group.
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This is the study of use of public technology in libraries across the U.S. This was conducted by the University of Washington Information School Technology and Social Change group.

Curriculum Workshop

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Slides prepared for a Curriculum Development and Sharing Workshop. Contains best practices for instructional techniques and digital inclusion strategies. Prepared by Samantha Becker, University of Washington Information School

Low Cost Home Internet Comparison

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Comparison between Comcast Internet Essentials and Century Link Internet Basics programs.

Fearless Cards

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The project presents a novel design for very basic computer literacy training for extremely marginalized populations in industrialized countries, such as immigrant day laborers in the US.