Digital Durham

Community Resources

Low-Cost Device Resources

Kramden’s mission is to provide technology tools and training to bridge the digital divide and to inspire students to succeed, by teaching and by awarding computers to students and families without a computer in their home.

Low-Cost Internet Access

EveryoneOn solicits a wide range of Internet Service Providers to feature their low-cost Internet offers on their website.

The Access program from AT&T provides a low-cost option for home Internet access to low-income households in the 21 states where we offer wireline home Internet services to qualifying households. More info at www.att.com/access

Spectrum offers the Spectrum Internet Assist program to qualified households: High-speed 30 Mbps Internet with no data caps; Internet modem included; No contracts required; Add in-home WiFi for $5 more per month

Digital Literacy Resources

The mission of Durham County Library is to encourage Discovery, connect the Community and lead in Literacy.

Intimidated by computers? New to email or the web? Want to stay safe online or understand how your operating system works? Learn all of this and more in our Technology section.

Learn to type in a fun, interactive way!

STEM Resources

Dedicated to teaching women of color about programming, game design, and other aspects of code. They offer many programs and events that help bridge the digital divide.

Code.org is focused on growing education in computer programming. Its website offers resources, tools, and a database of places to learn how to program. It’s easier to learn than you think.

Codeacademy provides free training, focus on coding for interactivity. These are advanced digital tools made easy, but mostly of interest to people looking to build interactive websites and apps.

Khan Academy provides free lessons and tutorials in mathematics, economics, science, and other subjects.

An information graphic that summarizes computer languages, from the web hosting service WhoIsHostingThis.com.

A partnership with the UNC School of Information and Library Science and the Carrboro Cybrary, Chapel Hill Public Library, and Durham Public Library have teamed up to provide a series of workshops on computer skills.