Let's learn together!
ConnectHome Nation is built on the concept of open source learning. Even if a community is not chosen to participate in ConnectHome Nation, we are committed to sharing the best practices we learn along the way by publishing the ConnectHome playbook, case studies, and relevant resources for any and all to come and learn about how to start a digital inclusion campaign in their community.
Developed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and EveryoneOn this document gives an overview of how to build a digital inclusion plan for your housing community. With topics ranging from resident engagement, developing partnerships with local nonprofits, sourcing devices and much more, this document is a must read!
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EveryoneOn has put together this adoption toolkit to help any community organization get started with promoting digital inclusion. It includes detailed tips on hosting enrollment events, marketing and outreach strategies, how to measure your impact and comparing internet options to evaluate which is best for your constituents. Check it out!
A Community Broadband Roadmap contains a community's strategic vision and goals, analyzes existing community resources and needs, and guides the tactical plans to realize this vision. An effective roadmap will also identify potential collaborations that can lead to additional businesses, programs and economic growth.This resource will help public officials, planners, citizen groups and other stakeholders in making their broadband project the best it can be.
More To Come...
Over time we will update this page to add more resources from around the digital inclusion universe as well as case studies and tips from the work of ConnectHome Nation communities. Stay tuned!
Check out the ConnectHome Nation blog for additional resources!
Public Stakeholder Commitments
Following our model many of our stakeholders and local supporting organizations have opened eligibility for their offers to all HUD-assisted residents meaning any public housing authority (PHA) or housing developer in the United States would be able to take advantage of them. Learn more about their offerings below!