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The Phillips Hub - A Geographic Collaboration Created from the Technology Literacy Collaborative

Next meeting: Friday, April 25, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Location: Messiah Lutheran Church-Center for Changing Lives, 2400 Park Ave.
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The Phillips Community  has one of the lowest rates of Minneapolis residents who have computers with Internet at home (see Minneapolis Community Technology Survey).

In 2012, IT helped form the TLC Phillips Hub, which is a group of community technology service providers and others interested in overcoming the digital divide in the Phillips community and in discussing ideas and suggestions for how computer labs located in the Phillips area might work more together to best serve the community.

The Hub began in November 2012 using the Technology Literacy Collaborative Hub concept and templates (Word) created by Sara Axtel at the University of Minnesota Broadband Access Project. Angie Willardson with Project for Pride in Living helps lead the group, coordinates the meetings and provides the meeting notes.

The Phillips Hub members so far include:

Meetings notes and materials

Contact Elise Ebhardt at 612-673-2026, Angie Willardson, at 612-455-5306 for more information or to join.

Last updated Mar. 17, 2014