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Dominican University Service Learning

In Service-Learning-designated classes you will learn to: Act as socially responsible community member Apply learning in social context(s) Value community voice and knowledge Reflect critically on root causes and systemic social/environmental issues There are many Service-Learning-designated courses throughout Dominican’s course catalog. To find these courses, look for “SL” listed in front of the course name … Continued

Technology 4 Life

Technology 4 Life provides small, hands-on classes that give participants time to practice what they’ve learned. Find a class near you! Classes en Espanol Nuestra instructora bilingüe, Laura Mogannam, dirige nuestras clases en español. Consulte las ubicaciones para obtener información sobre las clases y la página de la clase en español.

EveryoneOn computer and internet basics

Interested in learning how to set up your computer, open an email account or navigate the internet? EveryoneOn has classes for computer, email, and internet basics Check out the classes!

Cybersecurity

Stay armed and informed with these cybersecurity tips.

Action 21 – Establish a Board of Directors

Establish a diverse, community-based Board of Directors for the Digital Marin operating entity. Have the project’s Executive Steering Committee serve as the initial Board. Make modifications to the Board to ensure it represents all sectors and segments of Marin’s population.

Action 20 – Establish a Digital Marin Operating Entity

Evolve the Digital Marin project into a community driven, independent operating entity with the ability to inform and influence policy makers and make decisions, raise capital, and spend funds to achieve Marin’s shared digital goals. Secure the resources, determine the type of organization, and take all steps necessary to complete its establishment. Incubate the new … Continued

Action 19 – Establish a Digital Business Incubator Program

Establish a digital business incubator to create or expand Marin’s small, homebased, and online digital businesses. Include resources such as free or low-cost workspace, digital tools and technologies, mentorship, sharing of expertise, access to investors, and potentially, working capital in the form of grants and loans. Include representatives from business, economic development, chambers of commerce, … Continued

Action 18 – Identify and Promote Smart Technologies

Create collaborations, explore opportunities, develop project proposals, and get funding for smart technologies that improve public service delivery and promote community engagement and public sector innovation. Include representatives from all sectors, including residents, to ensure that community needs are met, and security, privacy, and health concerns and risks are reduced or, where possible, eliminated. Base … Continued

Action 17 – Enable Shared Services Among Government and Educational Agencies

Create collaborations, explore opportunities, develop project proposals, and get funding for shared services among government and educational agencies to improve efficiency, streamline processes, and improve customer service. Potential projects identified through the needs assessment process include the following: Increasing network interconnectivity and shared digital solutions and resources to lower costs and increase consistency of services … Continued

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