Digital Opportunity Network

Creating Change Together

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Digital equity is a civil rights issue and the technology gap is solvable. It will take collective effort. Come engage, connect, and take action.

  • Sign up to participate in the Digital Opportunity Network
  • Engage in a community of stakeholders seeking solutions
  • Access resources, participate in interest groups, join the discussion

The Digital Opportunity Network is made up of a wide array of people and organizations who share the goal of eliminating the technology gap.

1,300 members and growing, the Network includes individuals, nonprofit organizations, government, schools, and corporations, unified by the shared belief that everyone who needs a computer should have one. It’s a national approach that yields local results.

Why a Network Approach?

A network approach offers the ability to achieve impact through collective action by harnessing the capacities of members and partners. The Digital Opportunity Network creates opportunities for a diversity of actors to work together to eliminate the technology gap. 

Feedback from Digitunity’s community verifies that the need for devices and support, and the myriad challenges that go along with that, are significant issues for practitioners and communities.

The Power of a Network

The Digital Opportunity Network works to unblock and create the channels and pathways to achieve digital equity in device access and related areas; by coordinating and attracting actors of all sizes to do more together. Digitunity is its steward. The Network harnesses the influence, voices, and capacities of members to contribute to the network’s shared purpose – eliminating the technology gap.

Networks bridge the interests, impact, and reach of their memberships to have an impact that is greater than the sum of its parts. A network’s strength lies in its membership, which brings diverse expertise, capacities, and resources to bear in pursuit of a shared purpose through participative processes and structures.
    - Collective Mind

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