Published on February 5, 2014
Information Session 2014 • Basics • Program goals • Writing • Timeline • Match • Review criteria seattle.gov/tech/tmf 1
Funded with cable franchise fees $320,000 Grants up to $20,000 Approx. 22-25 grants To Seattle groups Range of info tech ok Reimbursements Applications reviewed by community advisors seattle.gov/tech/tmf 2
Access Education & income show greatest differences Age & ethnicity too More own laptops (72%) than desktop computers (55%) 85% have Internet, whites are most likely Lower income residents have lower-speed broadband service. seattle.gov/tech/tmf 3
Adoption Education & income show greatest differences Age & ethnicity too Skills & uses show more gaps than access Nearly 77% use email on a regular basis, about ¼ aren’t comfortable using attachments. From focus groups, trust, privacy and safety are large concerns Focus groups: less likely to buy online, look for health info, or get computer answers. seattle.gov/tech/tmf 4
Engagement 53% participate in community group ¾ want to share opinion electronically Email is preferred Facebook mentioned more by least educated in phone survey How many want to give opinion via Facebook From focus groups . Note that Chinese community uses QQ, a similar site in Chinese 50 40 30 20 10 43 33 29 25 23 21 5 0 seattle.gov/tech/tmf 5
Empower tech underserved communities so all have tech skills necessary for civic and cultural participation, employment, lifelong learning and access to essential services Increase access to computers, the Internet and other information technology Increase the creation of relevant online content Increase technology literacy seattle.gov/tech/tmf 6
Increase residents’ use of information technology for civic engagement and community building; Build awareness of Seattle government resources and increase electronic interaction with government via the Internet, social media and/or mobile devices; Engage diverse communities and individuals not usually involved in the civic process; and Build the capacity of neighborhood and community organizations to engage residents using information and communications technology. seattle.gov/tech/tmf 7
Steps Register at Webgrants.seattle.gov Click to Register Draft your application (on word or on Webgrants) Complete filling out your application on Webgrants and adding attachments Submit your application by March 12th seattle.gov/tech/tmf 8
Step Date Draft Application Review Feb 24th – 28th Application Deadline March 12th Award Notification Mid May City Council Approval July Contracting August – Sept Project Implementation Sept, 2014 – Aug, 2015 seattle.gov/tech/tmf 10
1 to 1 match requirement In-kind match Cash match Volunteer time $20/hr or professional rate Support goals of the project Cannot all come from an institution - 25% from the community seattle.gov/tech/tmf 11
CTTAB – Citizens’ Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board Rating based on set criteria Recommend funding awards to City Council and the Mayor seattle.gov/tech/tmf 12
Meets Program Goals (0 - 20 points) Budget (0 - 20 Points) Project Clarity (0 - 20 Points) Community Participation (0 - 15 Points) Community Benefit (0 - 15 Points) Evaluation (0 – 10 Points) seattle.gov/tech/tmf 13
Get Started Early Review the Guidelines Other Resources Questions? Contact us: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Delia Burke, Tech Literacy firstname.lastname@example.org, 233-2751 Vicky Yuki, Civic Engagement email@example.com, 233-7877 David Keyes, Manager Community Tech firstname.lastname@example.org Derrick Hall, Technical Support, email@example.com seattle.gov/tech/tmf 14
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