Resources on Accessing and Using Technology for Academic Success.
DLP is focused on closing the digital-use divide for low-income and first-generation students at City College of San Francisco.
- Workshops to support with academic success and preparation for a tech-driven world
- DLP offers two types of laptop checkouts through the Rosenberg Library, Circulation Desk (fourth floor)
- 4 Hour Laptop Checkouts: All Students can access a laptop for 4-hours through the Circulation Desk within the limits of the library Hours (this is not currently available for Spring 2021).
- 1 Week Checkouts: Students must MEET ALL requirements based on Referral Application.
- Once a student meets all requirement, fill out an application and turn into the Office of Student Equity, Bungalow 902 (behind Conlan Hall)
- Once an application is approved, it is followed up by a mandatory orientation
- DLP supports students enrolled in Hybrid Courses using the learning management system Canvas
More About the Digital Literacy Project (DLP)
Staffed by a classified staff person who will support the implementation of the program, who will develop and facilitate the process for laptop rentals, program orientations, workshop development and delivery, computer training, and technological support in collaboration with student mentors dedicated to this program and supporting the Office of Student Equity. The project will:
- Provide access to computers, skill-building workshops, and technical assistance that is not currently provided by the college.
- Close the digital divide for underserved students by improving their technical skills in the areas of computer literacy to improve course, student retention, and college completion.
- Provide computers and broadband access to student populations that are least able to afford them.
- Students will have access to hardware and technical support to ensure their success with the program