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Inquiry Blog Post 4: Library Projects and Mobile Devices in Developing and Developed Nations

I found it very interesting to read about the various international projects Marlene Asselin, Associate Professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia, is working on to help promote literacy and access to information in developing nations. 971 more words

Digital Divide

This project was quite timely for me.  I bought a house and moved during the time I was working on this assignment.  Because I was using haiku deck, I needed internet access to work on this and other assignments.   489 more words


Secrets of Silicon Valley

I wanted to share this message I recently received via LinkIn.  In 1992, I became the founding Chair of a non-profit called PluggedIn located in… 1,136 more words

Avram's Past

Should Educators Be Worried About The Digital Divide?

If the Digital Divide exists, should educators be worried about it? How does it impact your school or classroom?

excerpt from LTEC 3530 – Telecommunications… 1,236 more words

What Does a Gigabit Get Us?

This is the sort of blog I really like because it talks about the future. Last fall the Pew Research Center asked a number of industry experts what ubiquitous gigabit bandwidth would do for society. 899 more words


ED621 post 1: The wrong kind of dividing

NAPE and its Education Foundation believes that if women, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities were prepared to work in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers in proportion to their current workforce engagement, high-tech labor demands by business could be met, U.S.

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