Digital Inclusion Stakeholder Engagement Workshop at the SHLB Conference 2013Presentation Transcript
The ability of individuals andgroups to access and useinformation and communicationtechnologies.Digital Inclusion
Building Digital CommunitiesEvaluate and Revise the PlanImplement the PlanCreate a Community Action PlanDevelop a Shared Community Understanding of Digital InclusionConvene Stakeholders
National Partners• OCLC• Waymark Systems• University of IllinoisCenter for Digital Inclusion at theGraduate School of Library andInformation Science
Definition of Stakeholder Alignment“The extent to whichinterdependent stakeholdersorient and connect with oneanother to advance their separateand shared interests.”
Local Leadership Team• Cathy Reeves, Dodge City PublicLibrary, Director• Jane Longmeyer, City of Dodge City,Public Relations• Greta Clark, Dodge City CommunityCollege, Professor and Director ofMulticultural Education
Stakeholder Alignment1. Define potential stakeholders.1. Develop stakeholder alignment surveyinstrument and data collection strategy.1. Collect quantitative and qualitative data froma representative sample of stakeholders.
Stakeholder Alignment4. Present data to foster development of ashared vision of success and an action plan.4. Ongoing support of the local leadership teamand working groups.
Digital Inclusion Stakeholders• What sectors are missing fromthis list?• For which sectors will it be mostdifficult to identify arepresentative?• Potential strategies for thedifficult sectors.
Specify StakeholdersLocal City, County, and Tribal Govt (general) 6.2%Public Agencies (general) 6.2%Library Staff/Leadership 9.2%K-12 School Educator/Administrator 7.75Higher Ed, Community College Educator/Administrator 12.3%Higher Education, University Educator/Administrator 4.6%Economic Development Agency Staff/Leadership 3.1%Community Center Staff/Leadership 1.5%Public Housing Agency Staff/Leadership 3.1%Regulatory Govt Agency Staff/Leadership 1.5%Other Public Agency Staff/Leadership 3.1%Not-for-profit Community-Based Organization (general) 15.4%Not-for-profit Religious Leader 1.5%Not-for-profit Serving People with Disabilities 1.5%Other Not-for-profit 4.6%Business (general) 1.5%Broadband Service Provider 3.1%Chambers of Commerce and Other Business Groups 4.6%Other Business Organization Staff/Leadership 3.1%Local Media (TV, Radio, Newspaper) 3.1%Health Care Provider 1.5%Community Residents (general) 1.5%
Dodge City Preliminary Data0.001.002.003.004.005.006.007.008.009.00Coordination amongcommunityorganizationsWorkforce training Sharing medicalrecordsPublic access tomedical informationAccess to governmentservicesImportance AdequacyCaution: Preliminary Data
Dodge City Preliminary Data0.001.002.003.004.005.006.007.008.009.00Access tovolunteerisminformationIntergenerationalsupportDigital media Digital literacy in K-12 Enabling digitalbusinessImportance AdequacyCaution: Preliminary Data
SuccessWhat would have changed in yourcity if you are successful atincreasing access and use ofinformation technology? Whatwould digital inclusion success looklike in your city?