The purpose of this project was to improve technological literacy among vulnerable members of society, including low-income families and children, the elderly, and the homeless. The Calgary Community Network Association recognizes the need for all Canadians to access the internet in order to develop essential technological literacy that is vital to success in the information age. To respond, CCNA helps nonprofits develop training programs to serve their clients. CCNA also provides individuals without personal network servers access to an email address account.
- Amount: $100,000
- Type: Project Grant
- Total Budget: $488,000
- Period: Dec 1998 to Apr 2002
Calgary Community Network Association - http://www.calcna.ab.ca/calgary/calgary
- Project Leader: Shirley Barwise
- Keywords: Access to Information , Non-profit , Training