In partnership with Charlotte Works and the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office, Digital Charlotte is conducting classes in correctional facilities to teach their residents the necessary digital and media literacy skills to thrive in an ever-changing, modern society.
The latest about digital inclusion in Charlotte
For students, and everyone, conflict resolution is a critical skill.
After leading a workshop for students in a new form of conflict resolution, a university chaplain says what young people need is exactly what the rest of the population needs — Beware of trapping yourself in an isolated information bubble. Talk with people who disagree with you. Focus on commonalities, not differences.
Extending community access to technology at 3 Charlotte organizations
Students learn small steps make a huge difference in digital literacy
Nine Charlotte media organizations form new journalism collaborative
To strengthen local journalism and encourage greater connection between reporters and Charlotte residents, Solutions Journalism Network is launching the Charlotte Journalism Collaborative, a partnership of six major media companies and three local institutions focusing on issues of major importance to the region.