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Measuring Broadband Adoption

Page history last edited by Michael Passaretti 10 years, 4 months ago

Date: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Time: 11:15AM - 12:30PM

Room: Cavalier

 

Description:

The March 2012 TechNet study found that home adoption rates have changed little in the last three years.  NTIA’s BTOP awards and state mapping awards, as well as the FCC’s Connect to Compete and revised Lifeline programs, are all trying to improve broadband adoption.  These initiatives raise several questions:  What is meaningful broadband adoption? How do we define it, measure it, and report it?  How can we better coordinate programs and share emergent knowledge in order to maximize and sustain the impacts of these new investments?  This panel of experts, representing key sectors and programs, will discuss challenges “along the adoption curve” and their recommendations for improvements.

 

 

Moderator: Laura Breeden, SBA PCC Team Leader for Broadband Technology Opportunities Program, NTIA

 

Panelists:

 

Presenter Slides:

SHLB -- Meaningful Broadband 5 23 12_for SHLB wiki.pptx

Horrigan.Measure.Broadband.pptx

Mossberger Slides

 

Summary of Presentations: SHLB B3 Measuring Broadband Adoption.pdf


Notes:

 

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