Celebrating the National Year of Digital Inclusion in Canberra

A digitally inclusive society in principle and practice

Australia’s digital future is rapidly emerging as we see governments, schools, business and community organisations embrace the use of technology to deliver services.  Digital technology has changed the way we look for work, how we communicate with each other and how we stay informed and engaged with our community.

With your input in the Digital Inclusion Manifesto Workshop in 2015, we created a vision that defines the key areas Australia needs to focus on to be inclusive in our approach to digital technology.

Now it's time to reconvene and share what a digitally inclusive society looks like in principle and practice.

In this event, the Go Digi team will present the Digital Inclusion Manifesto, hear from Go Digi Champion Anne Marie Schwirtlich, Director-General of the National Library and enjoy the lightning presentations on how the vision of digital inclusion is being put into practice.

This event is part of the National Year of Digital Inclusion. Come along and hear from local leaders in technology and community on what digital inclusion looks like in practice. As well as being a valuable networking opportunity, participants will be able to ask questions, brainstorm ideas and be encouraged in their own work.

When:

  • Monday 28 November 2016
  • 9:00am – 1:30pm

Location:

The Conference room
National Library of Australia,
Parkes Place ACT

Register for this event