With the rapid adoption of digital in response to the global pandemic, ensuring people are not excluded from using products or services has become more critical than ever before. Designing digital services with accessibility and inclusion in mind is must.
Recognizing how citizens live and work is fundamental to the success of digital inclusion. By committing to inclusive design, organizations can create exceptional products and services – not only working to modernize government services, but also ensuring that everyone can access them. There are many public sector organizations doing great work in this area and for the second year, we are delighted to convene around this important topic.
Public Sector Network’s Digital Inclusion Virtual Event brings together public servants from across Canada with a goal of ensuring all Canadians benefit from today’s digital age. Discover ways to tap into the power of digital tools to advance accessibility and inclusion in the public service.
Find ways to ensure that digital inclusion is built into, rather than tacked onto, your strategy and plan
Take advantage of this annual opportunity to share knowledge and engage with other champions of digital inclusivity
Get the tips and tools you need to build your digital inclusion toolkit
Hear about the latest in human-centred design and ways to collaborate directly with your customers
Alberta Ministry of Education
Ontario Digital Service
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
Employment and Social Development Canada
Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat
Statistics Statistics Canada
Dr. Jennifer Walinga
Royal Roads University
Shared Services Canada