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Aspen Idea Network tackles digital divide

I have heard the conversation before – but the Aspen Ideas Network hits the good notes. They define the basic hurdles to digital inclusion: training, price/affordability, access to devices, public awareness of benefits and access to broadband. 157 more words

Digital Divide

MN small business’s sales increase over $100,000 after website

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit with an attendee for a Project FINE class; through the class he created a pretty simple (but effective) website. 75 more words

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WHY IT'S IMPORTANT TO BE DIGITALLY LITERATE TODAY

The digital world is evolving. Society is becoming more and more connected, digitally. This transformation in technology has constructed a completely new medium for literacy – digital literacy. 673 more words

Digital Divide

What We Talk About When We Talk About Information Inequality

I just finished rereading David James Hudson’s recent article — On Dark Continents and Digital Divides — and I think I finally *get it* (insomuch as anyone can really *get* a text once it’s released into the academic wild). 541 more words

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Week 3

The ‘digital divide’ has a profound impact on the lives of all Australians and can determine the state of internet use across the nation. As such, the ‘digital divide’ can be described as the disparity between those who have access to devices (e.g computers) and the internet, and those who do not. 513 more words

Literacy

Best Buy is Celebrating 50 Years—Birthday Bash $tarts before midnight!

National BDPA’s Platinum Sponsor Offers
Back-to-School Birthday Bash DEAL$

ST. PAUL, MN [CNBC]—To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first store, Best Buy… 196 more words

Tech-inclusion

Bad weather punctuates the need for better broadband

The St Cloud Times recently published an interesting editorial. The premise is that Minnesota needs better broadband. And the author seems to suggest that building a safety network first and expanding it is an approach worth considering… 266 more words

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