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This presentation was given on 2/21/2013 to inform libraries about the digital literacy ad campaign, EveryoneOn. This presentation gives links to information about the campaign and describes how to ...

This presentation was given on 2/21/2013 to inform libraries about the digital literacy ad campaign, EveryoneOn. This presentation gives links to information about the campaign and describes how to add your library as a location where training takes place.

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    EveryoneOn EveryoneOn Presentation Transcript

    • Public Libraries and theEveryoneOn digital literacy ad campaign
    • Getting Involved• Background on the Connect2Compete (C2C) project and the EveryoneOn campaign• What we know so far about the program• The March 21, 2013 roll-out• How to update information about your library• Where to get more information
    • Background• FCC announces program to bring Internet to low-income families• Connect2Compete partners combine forces http://www.connect2compete.org/• IMLS offers to partner to tie public libraries to training• Ad Council creates marketing campaign: http://everyoneon.org/
    • Connect2CompeteThe broad national initiative teams computer companies, cable providers, non-profits, and others to:• Bring computers and low-cost Internet to low- income families – Through school districts, in specified regions – $150 refurbished computers and $9.95/month cable Internet
    • EveryoneOn.orgThe Ad Council agreed to design and produce an ad campaign to increase awareness and participation• Initial launch is scheduled for 3/21, 2013• Planned as a 3-year campaign• Push for digital training everywhere— everyone online, learning a new skill• Regional roll-outs as resources available
    • Your library on the map
    • Editing Your Library’s Content• Find your Library Id – It’s your “username” for the Annual Report! – You can also find it in our Library Directory • http://pld.dpi.wi.gov/files/pld/pdf/wipldir.pdf
    • Go to the Library Profile page• http://everyoneon.org/content/tell-us-about-your-training- sites or http://bit.ly/155GP9H• Enter library ID (not required, but helpful)• Provide details specific to your library’s digital training resources, such as: – number of public computer stations, – free digital literacy training courses, – Wi-Fi availability, – skill levels taught, etc. – Your website, as well as your specific computer training page (if any) – Please do not list services you do not regularly support.
    • More Information• http://everyoneon.org/• http://www.connect2compete.org/• Channel Weekly (for updates/announcements)• Our project information web page: – http://pld.dpi.wi.gov/pld_c2c-everyoneon• Facebook: – http://www.facebook.com/WisDPIpubLibDev – http://www.facebook.com/WisBadgerLink