Digital Inclusion refers to the activities necessary to ensure that all individuals and communities, including the most disadvantaged, have access to and use of information and communication technologies. The National Digital Inclusion Alliance defines digital inclusion as having five elements: Internet access, affordable computers, computer skills training, educational online content, and technical support. Below are resources for students and employees of LCC to facilitate access to low-cost devices and Internet access, as well as some training, educational online content, and technical support.
Laptops, Kindles, calculators, and other types of technology are available for checkout at the Library.
Free MS Office 365 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.; online only) on your own device is available to students of Lansing Community College.
There are limited hotspots available for students and employees. You may be able to check out a hotspot by contacting your LCC Academic Success Coach.