Digital Access and Data: How Can Funders Bridging the Digital Divide Use Data to Drive Strategy and Impact?

Council of Large Public Housing Authorities
Chicago, Illinois
Tuesday, April 4, 2023 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm
Data is everywhere, and it’s being used in diverse ways. Within the digital access space, data can reveal where there are unmet needs, how to analyze the challenges with which communities are faced, and drive strategy and approach. Funders are frequently thinking about how they can tap into a treasure trove of data to share knowledge and catalyze collective action around issues in communities. Please join us on April 4, from 12:30–1:45pm ET, for the fifth in a series of Funder Workshops hosted by The Patterson Foundation, in partnership with the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading. This session will highlight the work being done by Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) in Massachusetts, in partnership with Tech Goes Home and Tufts University, to confront the challenges of digital access. A panel of national and state leaders, working at the nexus of digital access and data, will guide us as we explore: ·How these partners are working together to address a myriad of digital access needs in the communities they serve ·How data can be used to drive strategy and collective action and ·The role that funders can play in this process.
The Patterson Foundation and the Campaign for Grade- Level Reading
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