Stacey Wedlake

CV Research Coordinator and Analyst, Technology & Social Change Group
Bloedel Hall


  • Digital Inclusion
  • Technology and Social Change


Stacey is a research coordinator and analyst with the Technology & Social Change Group. Her research interests include understanding the affordances and limitations of using different types of devices to interact with the internet and what technology skills and access people need to accomplish their goals. Before coming to the UW, she taught community technology classes in Seattle and in Mongolia as Peace Corps Volunteer.


  • MPA, University of Washington Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, 2014
  • MLIS, University of Washington Information School, 2014
  • BA, Communication, Trinity University, 2005

Publications and Contributions


  • Accelerating action through digital technologies: strengthening digital skills and capacities for human wellbeing (2020)
    2020 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development - United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Sustainable Development Goals (DESA/DSDG) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) - Virtual
  • Adult Literacy and Education: Strategies to Alleviate the Literacy Gap (2019)
    Office of Family Assistance - Seattle, WA
  • Building Digital Workforce Skills at the Local Level (2019)
    BroadbandUSA Practical Broadband Conversations Webinar - Online
  • Digital Equity and Inclusion in Seattle (2019)
    Seattle Public University Information Studies Program - Seattle, WA
  • Digital Skill Sets for Diverse Users (2019)
    Seattle Digital Equity Network - Seattle, WA
  • Digital Skill Sets for Diverse Users (2019)
    BroadbandUSA: Digital Inclusion - Local and State Governments - Webinar
  • Kenyan public librarians’ role in mobile-centric information access (2018)
    CHANGE Seminar - Seattle
  • Measuring City of Seattle’s Progress on Digital Equity (2018)
    2018 Community Indicators Consortium Impact Summit: Community Indicators in Action - Minneapolis, MN
  • Mobile Information Literacy: Adaptable curriculum for smartphone users in Myanmar and Kenya (2018)
    Mobile Learning Week - Paris, France