Tech4Good Takeaways: Spring in LA

Making IT assessments and software implementations more widely available to nonprofits

— Folks were questioning how to make IT assessments and software implementations more widely available to nonprofits, asking who is doing this at workable prices, and wrangling with the relevancy of MVPs for nonprofits. We will continue this conversation for sure!

Super exciting practice in creating bilingual digital spaces

— We shared some cool practice in creating bilingual digital spaces, including, for example, among older Chinese residents of Chinatown through AR. We talked about how digital & English literacies (or lack of) might intersect, codeswitching (using 2 or more languages in a single conversation), whether two languages can coexist on one web page and the user experience of bilingual street signs in Hong Kong. Fun and important!

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Social impact activist. Executive Director, LA Tech4Good https://www.latech4good.org

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Karen Borchgrevink

Karen Borchgrevink

Social impact activist. Executive Director, LA Tech4Good https://www.latech4good.org