There are urban areas of North Carolina with poor internet access. Income, race, age, and education are some factors behind the urban Digital Divide. Anita Brown-Graham finds a Charlotte, NC alliance focused on reducing urban internet connection woes.
Digital Extra 1:Seniors and others in urban areas gain in digital literacy
Digital Extra 2:Students helping students close the digital divide
Urban Broadband: More Information for ncIMPACT Season 2 Episode 10
- The Challenge – What is the problem communities are facing?
- The Solution – What is the innovative solution we want to highlight?
- The Charlotte Digital Inclusion Alliance’s Digital Inclusion Playbook
- NC Department of Information Technology Broadband Infrastructure Office—Broadband Adoption Recommendations
- Digital prosperity: How broadband can deliver health and equity to all communities
- How States Support Broadband Projects
- The Players – Who did what to make the innovative solution work in the community?
- The Promise – Why do we think this solution holds promise for other communities?
- Connecting North Carolina State Broadband Plan
- NC Community Broadband Playbook
- ReCONNECT to Technological Opportunity Forum Recap – NC State Institute for Emerging Issues
- Disconnected: Seven Lessons on Fixing the Digital Divide – Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
- North Carolina Broadband Indices
- National Digital Inclusion Alliance Guidebooks
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