Information Technology

Flour Exchange Building
310 4th Ave South, Suite 400
Minneapolis, MN 55415

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Get Involved

Check out the results of the 2014 Community Technology Survey and attend a community meeting to help bridge the digital divide

City leaders and staff will be hosting community meetings with residents, businesses, community groups, and many other stakeholders to share the survey results and recommendations about how to overcome the digital divide in Minneapolis. Technology is a tool for education, employment, community and civic engagement, and personal advancement. Residents need to have access to computers and Internet within their homes, be digitally literate (not only in using the tools but understanding how to safely take advantage of the wealth of information online), and use the tools toward improving quality of life – for each of us as individuals, and within our families and our communities. Technology will continue to change - we need to be educated and adapt.

To request a presentation and discussion about digital equity in Minneapolis and the Community Technology Survey results, contact the City’s IT Department at 612-673-2026. It's important for all Minneapolis residents to embrace the digital society being built, so everyone can participate fully, and have equal access to information and opportunities. 

 

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Contact: Elise.Ebhardt@minneapolismn.gov or 612-673-2026

 

Last updated Jul 16, 2014