During the pandemic and into the future, access to digital resources both at home and at school will be required to achieve educational equity. Marin Promise Partnership is deeply engaged in a collaborative effort to lift up our community’s needs for reliable and affordable access to devices, connectivity, and digital literacy: Digital Marin. We are requesting your input and support by completing the Digital Marin resident survey.
Digital Marin is a cross-sector collaboration between residents and government, education, nonprofit, business, and other sectors to develop a countywide roadmap for achieving these goals:
- Everyone in Marin has access to high quality, affordable internet and knows how to use it.
- Our networks and connections can survive a disaster.
- Communities are better served through data sharing and collaborative services.
- Online services are easy to use and work for people.
As part of a robust community outreach and data collection effort, the Digital Marin project is seeking feedback from residents via an online survey that asks questions about access, quality, affordability, and use of the internet. Responses will help identify potential projects and priorities for the roadmap.
Please take the survey and also share it widely with your friends, family, and coworkers here in Marin. The survey takes 10 minutes to complete and responses are anonymous. The survey can be taken in English or Spanish. In addition to this survey, the Digital Marin project is also conducting a series of focus groups, interviews, and sector-specific surveys with various stakeholder groups in Marin.
Learn more, subscribe to updates, and take the survey at GoDigitalMarin.org.