Your community needs online access more than ever. But people often need multiple types of support to get there – an Internet connection, a computer, and help learning to use technology.
Digital Navigators is a nationally successful model that addresses these complex needs with a one-stop service. Learn how to start a program at your library and help your community connect.
In this interactive and informative, you will learn:
- How the library can impact digital equity and digital inclusion
- The elements of a successful Digital Navigators program
- Tools and further resources for developing Digital Navigators at
Audrey Barbakov — Biography
Audrey founded Co/Lab Capacity LLC because she believes that the most meaningful futures emerge from community collaboration. Audrey helps libraries authentically engage and center their communities through a variety of services, including strategic planning, leadership and Board development, team building, training, and executive coaching. Her consulting is informed by more than a decade of practical experience in public libraries and a doctorate in Organizational Change and Leadership.
Her dissertation research focused on increasing organizational capacity for equity, diversity, and inclusion through community-led programming. She also offers subject matter expertise in design thinking, digital equity, and economic development. Learn more at https://www.colabcapacity.com.