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Bridging the Digital Divide

1. Why does the digital divide matter to children and their families?

  • The digital divide matters to children and families because of the competitive edge is gives, educationally, to the privileged children.
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Bridging The Digital Divide

The digital divide refers to the gap in access to technology between different socioeconomic groups.  OLPC is a company who is working to deliver top of the line laptops to children throughout the world, in turn making advancements in bridging the gap of the digital divide. 296 more words

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Bridging the Digital Divide

The digital divide can cause some children to feel left out. Our society has moved into the technological age, children are using computers everyday in all parts of the world, in school, at home and even at play. 141 more words

Digital Divide

Bridging the Digital Divide

1. The digital divide matters to children and their families because it refers to the unequal access of computer technology within various populations. Families and their children are unable to access the internet and all it has to offer due to the lack of computer technology convenience. 213 more words

Digital Divide

New York Times 2014 innovation report reaction

The New York Times 2014 innovation report offers unique insight into how the digital divide is forcing legacy newspapers, such as the Times, to adapt new strategies for distributing and packaging their outstanding journalism in the digital era.  259 more words

Social reporting

In the role of Digital Inclusion champion, I used to attend conferences on digital inclusion and open data. In these conferences the organiser would set up a #hashtag. 142 more words

An insight

To begin with, my aim was always to use my experience, knowledge and skills for social inclusion. This meant working towards ensuring members if the public have access to to tools, which can facilitate them in order to economically, financially and socially include themselves. 268 more words