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Cleveland Digital Vision
Coalition of local organizations committed to making available computers and Internet access for all residents of Cleveland
Computers Assisting People
Computers Assisting People (CAP) is a local non-profit organization in which volunteers refurbish and restore donated computer equipment, including PCs, hard drives, software, printers, scanners, and other technology items, to be utilized by area social service groups, churches, and other nonprofits.
Organization dedicated to the advancement of information technology capabilities in Cleveland to aid in learning, job training, economic development, and community access to culture, health care, and e-government.
Tremont Wi-Fi
Nonprofit group with the mission of bringing free wireless internet connectivity to Cleveland's historic Tremont neighborhood.
Ohio Community Computing Network
Statewide organization dedicated to ensuring that all persons have access to a computer and network technology for lifelong learning and personal and community empowerment
Community Technology Network
National organization with the mission to empower all persons through computer-based technology training and support programs
Digital Divide Network
Non-profit organization seeking to provide all persons with skills training and access to 21st Century technology
Coalition of agencies seeking to foster computer literacy in geographically distressed and underserved communities
Pew Internet and American Life Initiative
Research initiatives to determine the impacts of the Internet on children, families, communities, the work place, schools, health care and civic/political life
Resource for educators and youth development professionals to discover how to enhance the learning experience of young persons through the use of technology.
General Reports
Bringing a Nation Online: The Importance of Federal Leadership
Report of how Federal Leadership can ensure that no person is left behind in the information age.
Reports from the Pew Internet and American Life Project
Read about the latest Internet-related news and studies conducted by the Pew Internet Initiative.
Cities Online: Urban Development and the Internet
Cleveland is one of 5 featured cities in this report issued by the Pew Internet Initiative. Find out how Cleveland and other cities are increasing Internet accessibility and striving to become more digital.
The Rise of the E-Citizen: How People Use Government Agencies Web Sites
Informational report about how government services are becoming increasingly apparent online and how citizens are utilizing these services.
Online Communities: Networks that nurture long-distance relationships and local ties
Report of how the Internet has connected persons of similar interests, values, and lifestyles to form online communities.
Tips for Community Gardening
Cleveland PC Users Group
Cleveland PC Users Group is a nonprofit organization that provides low-cost training of computer products to individuals and businesses for personal and professional development.
Content Bank
Content Bank provides information and support to community-based organizations looking to become more effective in communicating their services and activities to constituents.
Tech Soup
Tech Soup offers a variety of services to nonprofits, including articles about how to utilize technology to become more effective in the delivery of services, answers to tech questions, and even discounted hardware and software.

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