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Community Anchor Institutions and the Digital Divide

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     SHLB Coalition 2014 Annual Conference

"Anchor Institutions, Gigabit Networks, Digital Communities" 

The Premier Conference on Broadband Politics and Policy.

 May 7-9th, 2014

Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Digital Inclusion #1

Date: Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Time: 2:15-3:15

Room: Capitol

WEBCAST

 

Community Anchor Institutions and the Digital Divide (Part One) 

 

 

NTIA, home of the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), is collecting and analyzing evaluation results from public computer center and broadband adoption programs funded under BTOP.  A need for a shared vocabulary and understanding of “what matters” in measurement have sparked an ongoing process of collaboration with the research community and the field.  Presenters in Session 1 will discuss their work and findings on digital inclusion in the U.S. and the U.K.  Presenters in Session 2, along with session participants, will respond with ideas about how to design and carry out the next generation of impact evaluations. 

 

 

Moderator: 

 

Laura Breeden, NTIA -  Slides

 

Panelists:

 

Jon Gant, Center for Digital Inclusion- Slides

Karen Mossberger, Arizona State University- Slides

Helen Milner, Tinder Foundation (UK)- Slides

                    

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