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Semester II, Week 2 – “Chantal goes Undercover”: Digital Security and Cyberbullying


Today’s students have been born into a digital world. Yet, considerable disparity exists between the digital “haves” and the digital “have nots”. This “digital divide” mirrors a range of social inequalities, such as that of rich/poor, urban/rural and educated/uneducated. 241 more words

Digital Identity

The digital divide (Week 2)

  • Digital divide is the gap between those who have access to digital technology and/or the internet and those who do not. Having little or no digital access or knowledge gives a person an unequal access to information and services. 292 more words

    The digital divide and security

    The digital divide is the gap between what can be afforded or cannot be afforded regarding ICT’s and digital technologies. A digital divide exists within Australia, between the have’s and the have not’s, not everyone in Australia can afford internet access, and for numerous laptops, and other devices. 228 more words

    Looking for Research Vendors for Mpls Community Tech Survey

    I thought some readers might be interested both in the contract and the RFP in case anyone was looking at a similar project…

    The City of Minneapolis Information Technology (IT) Department is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants for professional surveying services to plan and conduct a series of surveys of Minneapolis residents regarding computer and internet use.

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    Topic Two - Digital Security & the Digital Divide (continued)

    An Informed Response -

    Topic two continues on the issue of privacy and covers the scary subject of identity theft and cyber-bullying. This topic also covers the notion of the digital divide, where it is assumed that everyone has access to the internet and certain technologies, but that isn’t the case, even in today’s century. 827 more words


    Topic One - The Digital World & Digital Identity (continued)

    An Informed Response -

    Topic One is concerned with explaining what the digital world means to us as individuals in regards to identity. Our own digital identity affects our personal, learning and professional identity, and has evolved more and more as technology becomes the core of society. 708 more words


    DEED provides funding for training for MN workers – could be for digital inclusion

    Earlier this week I was talking with someone about the advantages of looking at a wide range of funding opportunities to support digital inclusion programs and projects. 669 more words