Computer skills are essential for social and economic participation. While the demand for scientists and engineers often drives 21st-century workforce conversations, basic ICT fluency is important across the labor market, from farmers to teachers to entrepreneurs. TASCHA’s employability research examines computer training around the world, focusing on nonprofit training programs that offer introductory courses in communities facing social and economic challenges. What makes these computer training programs effective? What are the associated benefits? What lessons can be shared across contexts? What constitutes evidence of success?


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People & Organizations

  • Research Team
  • Andrew Gordon, Professor Emeritus of Public Affairs, Evans School of Public Affairs
  • Chris Coward, Principal Research Scientist & TASCHA Director, Information School
  • Joe Sullivan, Research Analyst and Communications Designer, Information School
  • Maria Garrido, Research Assistant Professor, Information School