Digital Literacy for Parents


Dominican University's Center for Community Engagement and their Service-Learning faculty matched up 25 bilingual Dominican students with San Rafael families that needed some coaching on how to use computers and the internet.   Dominican used their existing community connections and partnered with:

This team is helping to close the digital divide for parents supporting their children with distance learning.   By teaching digital literacy to the parents it allows the parents to help troubleshoot technical problems and have more confidence helping their kids with school supplied Chromebooks and the internet.

A full article on the initiative can be found on Dominican's website and in a Marin Independent Journal article.

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