Digital Inclusion Month Media Toolkit

SJPL's Digital Inclusion Month 2023

Media Toolkit

About Digital Inclusion Month

This year, the San José Public Library (SJPL) is honoring October as Digital Inclusion Month to spread awareness of the many digital inclusion services and opportunities available at SJPL and through our community partners. SJPL's Digital Inclusion Month will kick off by celebrating National Digital Inclusion Week (October 2-6), in conjunction with National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA).

This toolkit will provide you with digital and print content to share.

What's Inside This Toolkit

  1. Key Messages: We've put together a set of key messages to guide your content for using the theme "Building Connected Communities."
  2. Hashtags & Handles: Include these hashtags in your social media posts to turn up our collective voice, make your posts searchable, and be counted in our social media impact.
  3. Copy & Paste Posts: We've prepared a ready-to-share post in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. These include graphics, copy, and hashtags to use. Just copy and paste to spread the message.

Key Messages

  • Join SJPL in "Building Connected Communities" and celebrating Digital Inclusion Month this October
  • Everyone deserves the opportunity to use technology to live, learn, work, and thrive.
  • We're dedicated to making sure that all individuals can participate in the digital world.

Primary Hashtags

#SJAccess #DiMonth #DigitalInclusion

Promotional Material

Thumbnail of a promotional flyer.

Promotional Flyer

Available in:


Thumbnail of a promotional poster.

Promotional Poster (11" x 17")

Available in:


Social Media


Customize your own graphics!

Access our Canva files to customize our graphics with your own branding. It's a chance to make the #DiMonth visuals uniquely yours.

SJPL DiMonth Social Media Template on Canva

by San José Public Library


SJPL DiMonth Event Template on Canva

by San José Public Library




Yadirha Orozco-Lemus
Community Program Administrator


Nancy Macias
Acting Sr. Public Information Representative


Moises Moreno
Public Information Representative

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