KSHB aired a story this morning describing the important work of Connecting for Good during the coronavirus outbreak.
Given the expanding landscape of work and school closures, Broadband and wireless providers are stepping up to help people stay connected during the coronavirus outbreak. This post will be updated as new information comes in.
At the March 6 meeting of the Kansas City Coalition for Digital Inclusion, we are hearing from several Internet Service Providers about their options for low-cost connectivity.
Kansas City has been a national leader in promoting digital inclusion ever since it became the first Google Fiber city in 2011.
The Kansas City Coalition for Digital Inclusions was pleased to welcome newly-appointed FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks to our last meeting. He made some remarks and took a number of questions from the Coalition membership.
Each year, states, districts, schools, and classrooms across the United States and around the world hold thousands of events to celebrate Digital Learning Day. Include your event on the national map by visiting https://digitallearningday.org/register-your-event/
"NDIA today published six interactive maps showing the percentages of households with wireline broadband connections, and the percentage of households with no home Internet connection of any kind, for every Census tract in the United States.
A new survey and study by Purdue University Center for regional Development was released recently, titled Gauging Household Digital Readiness.
Job seekers and service providers:join us at the Central Library on Saturday, September 22. Organizations from around the city will be available to provide expertise, materials and advice to job seekers.