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Promise Zone Digital Inclusion Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Monica Leyva
24:15
Great. I do CoveredCA Community Relations for SD and LA.
Staci Dent
24:30
I love the way the way that you started with a shared understanding with a definition of Digital Inclusion.
Staci Dent
26:45
From this starting point, programs can be built, because needs are already assessed, and can be modified. . . as evidenced by this shared/common understanding.
Dolores Valdes Benson
26:56
Exactly!! if you have more than one family sharing a living space, usually only the family whose name is on the lease qualifies for reduced internet rates
Stephen Colón
28:58
And on top of that, you need higher speeds if you’ve got multiple families all sharing one connection for virtual school, work, etc all at once
Staci Dent
30:03
root cause analysis
Staci Dent
32:20
3rd party facilitator
Enrique De La Cruz
33:03
Wow. This gives us more ideas to establish connections with more local technology partners.
Staci Dent
36:44
disaggregate the data to understand the discreet needs of population being served, race
Stephen Colón
43:48
I’m struck by how important the shared definitions/language are. Really appreciative of how much you’ve modeled that and brought that up. I think sometimes we talk across each other in these meetings when we use the same words to mean different things ☺️
Staci Dent
45:23
co-creating a shared vision
Staci Dent
46:13
exemplar goals for stakeholders to use as a modifiable template
Stephen Colón
46:26
Agreed, Staci
Michael Brunker
47:12
It’s a process, not a race.
Staci Dent
47:14
a PERIOD of community engagement
Stephen Colón
47:23
❤️ ❤️ ❤️
Sarah Tuakli Cooper
47:35
Love that
Staci Dent
47:40
our goal and our job to UPLIFT the community xoxo
Staci Dent
48:15
backbone organization and support
Alex Southard
48:31
I love this chart. This is one of the best ways I’ve seen collective impact visualized.
Stephen Colón
48:32
Amen. We’re the infrastructure, not the destination/the microphone, not the voice.
Michael Brunker
48:42
Bad to the (back)bone!
Stephen Colón
48:59
Taking screenshots of basically every one of these slides.
Dee Dorsey
49:38
Ditto Stephen
Stephen Colón
49:56
Love Pueblo Planning!
Stephen Colón
50:01
They’ve done a lot of work in San Diego
Alex Southard
50:20
Lol Michael Brunker!
Staci Dent
50:21
hired community engagement (with intentionality aligned with increasing impact of program/goals)
Julia Rivera
50:53
Wow! Wonderful integration of art through this process
Staci Dent
51:33
hired CBOs with trust and credibility in the community
Stephen Colón
52:34
Yes!!!! Child watch is so huge!!
James M. Carter
52:43
+1 child watch
Stephen Colón
53:05
Not providing child watch = excluding parents, who are kind of a big part of our communities!
Staci Dent
53:11
child care partnership to provide supervision/safety, food, activities for children
James M. Carter
53:17
evening if the child is watching "Moana" for the 39th time during child watch
James M. Carter
53:30
even* not evening
Stephen Colón
53:57
We’ve had really great success with story maps before. They lead to such candid conversations.
Monica Leyva
54:06
What a great set up. Especially the community pop ups. Families need help now more than ever, especially with libraries being closed or limited.
Stephen Colón
55:14
Ugh time is always the enemy in these conversations!
Staci Dent
55:25
community pop-ups to implement needs assessment surveys to create programs
Allie Carter
55:48
Rebecca, thank you so much for joining! So informative and inspiring
Fernanda Canchola
56:06
Yes, thank you very much!
Kelly Henwood (San Diego Continuing Education)
56:16
way to go in the LBC! thank you for sharing your lessons learned
Julia Rivera
56:18
This is a great thorough, yet concise, breakdown of your process to making sure that the community is engaged from the beginning. Have definitely learned so much already!
Sal Espinoza (CWA)
56:37
Great presentation! kudos
Michelle Price
56:54
Super collaborative!
debraf
57:53
This is great work!
Staci Dent
01:02:44
Thank you. Wonderful presentation.
Kelsey Baird
01:03:12
Long Beach Digital Inclusion Website: http://www.longbeach.gov/ti/digital-inclusion/
Rebecca F. Kauma
01:03:35
Rebecca F. Kauma- Rebecca.kauma@longbeach.gov
Haley Wintsch (she/they)
01:04:06
SDAccess4 All Website:https://www.sandiego.gov/public-library/san-diego-access-4-all
Haley Wintsch (she/they)
01:04:12
Cox Website/ Resources:https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html
Haley Wintsch (she/they)
01:04:17
AT&T Website/ Resources:https://www.att.com/internet/access/
Sarah Tuakli Cooper
01:05:14
That att url is throwing a 404
Haley Wintsch (she/they)
01:05:32
Hotspot Mapping Activity Partner Input Prompt:Goal:In this activity we will work together to determine which places in the Promise Zone would most benefit from new hotspots. Your feedback today will be given to Cox and the City of San Diego’s Digital Equity Working Group to inform their decision making.Instructions:1.Choose the 2 best locations within Promise Zone boundaries for the installation of a hotspot. Signal where by placing the star stamp on the map. (Click “View Options” at the top of your screen, then select “Annotate”, there will be a stamp-shaped button which will allow you to stamp.2.Write in the chat the 2 locations. (List cross streets or landmarks).And underneath write why you chose this location. *Please raise your hand to share with the group.Consider:a. Which populations will this hotspot serve?(residential neighborhood, youth, seniors, families)b. What specific outcomes could be achieved through the City investing in this location versus another?
Christine Moore
01:08:02
Christine Moore AT&T CM9485@att.com
Haley Wintsch (she/they)
01:10:41
The “view options” button is very small at the very top of your screen where it says that I’m sharing my screen :)
Haley Wintsch (she/they)
01:10:52
If the function isn’t working for you then feel free to type the location(s) in the chat)
Monica Leyva
01:11:11
If you close your CHAT box, its bigger
Monica Leyva
01:11:19
on our own screens
Allie Carter
01:11:31
When you go into your own “View options” there are also options to increase % size
Cindy Sweeney
01:11:36
You can make it bigger under view options.
Allie Carter
01:11:43
Can be up to 300%
Stephen Colón
01:11:46
Lolll I am doing the same “where’s Euclid” moment right now
Cassandra Weinlein
01:12:47
https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/learn/cox-hotspots.html
Francisco - Urban League
01:13:50
Can we please also have a copy of the chat?
Alex Southard
01:13:52
Will it be extended after December?
Kelsey Baird
01:14:00
Michelle, why Euclid?
Kelsey Baird
01:14:03
Please tell us
Kelsey Baird
01:14:08
For feedback
Michelle Price
01:14:22
We need business hot spots
Staci Dent
01:14:26
Is there a way to identify hotspots in the promise zone, regardless of provider? This is to inform our equity lens.
Stephen Colón
01:14:45
Not super well-represented, but I’m trying to pin the Malcom X library (great parking lot for folks to sit and work in)
Stephen Colón
01:15:29
Ugh such an issue with the Starbucks in that center not having plugs
Staci Dent
01:16:10
The Starbucks on Euclid has limited parking space due to traffic/activity at the Marketcreek Plaza
Kelsey Baird
01:16:21
We love the feedback please tell us where/ cross streets or landmarks and why in the chat!
Staci Dent
01:16:39
In other communities, many business have free wifi. . . this is not the case in Southeast
Kelsey Baird
01:16:52
Francisco- Yes we will send you a copy of the chat
Sarah Tuakli Cooper
01:17:00
OMG Michelle. This makes me so angry (I had to delete a few words there).
debraf
01:17:24
I would like a copy of the chat as well...thanks!
Cindy Sweeney
01:17:30
704 Euclid Ave. Access Youth Academy will be opening an academic and athletic community center serving residents in June 2021. At that time we will have indoor and outdoor spaces where residents will be able to use internet and technology.
Dolores Valdes Benson
01:17:45
Yes, please copy of the chat if you can email to all?
Sarah Tuakli Cooper
01:17:56
Same re chat
Stephen Colón
01:19:25
Yep. Starbucks has wifi but… no outlets.
Liliana Garcia-Rivera
01:19:31
Why are there so many hotspots in Gaslamp and Downtown?
Allie Carter
01:19:34
Chat will be incorporated into the meeting minutes and follow-up email :)
Allie Carter
01:19:58
With any updates from your organization that you’d like us to pass along in the follow-up email, please email me (Alliec@sandiego.gov)
Allie Carter
01:20:07
Thanks!
Stephen Colón
01:20:55
Tony brought up churches earlier. Absolutely love that. Worth exploring how we can equip churches to make their parking lots (and in the future, buildings) available to residents for tech access when they’re not in use for services/etc
Dee Dorsey
01:22:05
Thank you!
debraf
01:22:22
Thank you for having this meeting!
Stephen Colón
01:22:25
+ shoutout to Kelsey for finding & inviting Rebecca!
Alex Southard
01:22:28
Thank you all!
Cindy Sweeney
01:22:32
Thank you!
Francisco - Urban League
01:22:35
Thank you