Digital inequity disproportionately impacts the Black community and people of color. We stand together against structural racism.

Acknowledgments

We appreciate the support and input of the many community partners who supported this project with their insights and sharing their experiences and resources.

Gratitude

The Digital Navigator Playbook was co-authored by Catalina González, Technical Advisor for the Digital Navigator: Connect to Opportunity project and Priyanka Sharma from EdTech Center @ World Education and Digital US. We appreciate the support and input of the many community partners who supported this project with candid feedback, insights and sharing their experiences and resources.

Special thanks to:
To our friends and key participants on the Digital US – Digital Navigator Community of Practice: Anna Larson and Susan Hopkins from KYSkillsU, Amanda Sweet from Nebraska Library Commission, Barbara Garner and Barbara Fern Greenberg from JVS Boston, Cheryl Hiester from the Literacy Council of Lancaster, Leana Mayzlina from NTEN, Mary Rousseau from Sitting Bull College, Mark Rivera from Byte Back, Paul Rosenbloom from Delta Sierra Adult Education Alliance, Rachel Riggs from Frederick Community College, Theresa Sladek from Literacy Minnesota, Karisa Tashjian from Digitunity.

Our NDIA partners Sabrina Roach, Paolo Balboa, and Angela Siefer, and the participants of the Digital Navigation community they coordinate.

Andrew Stutzman, Jillian Reilly, Nicole Cabrera Holguin, Note Nuchprayoon from the ExCITe Center at Drexel University.

Digital Navigator: Connect to Opportunity project and its associated resources were made possible through generous funding by Walmart. The opinions and ideas expressed in this publication are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Walmart or the Walmart Foundation.