digital inclusion

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digital inclusion

The incorporation of information technologies into the community in order to promote education and improve the quality of life. See technology gap.
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The Benton Foundation, a non-profit that studies this issue, claims Bush is sending a "clear message that the digital divide is no longer a concern for the government--the problem will somehow resolve itself.
America's digital divide is fast becoming a 'racial ravine,'" says Larry Irving, assistant secretary of Commerce for Telecommunications.
The featured luncheon speaker was Michael Peevey, president of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), who delivered a stellar talk on "Market Dynamics and Addressing the Digital Divide.
For the remaining countries, Samsung DigitAll Hope will contribute funding to initiatives that help youth achieve their dream of a better life for themselves and their community by using technology to bridge the digital divide.
Grounded in Global Kids' Power of Citizenry Leadership model, the Global Kids Online Leadership Program integrates the use of the Internet into Global Kids' youth leadership development, media literacy, and civic engagement programming, enabling the organization to reach a wider audience and narrow the digital divide.
Most urban areas have had access to high-speed connectivity via cable and/or DSL for several years or more, creating a digital divide between urban and rural communities.
We must bridge the digital divide in New Orleans if we are going to compete in the global economy and build a better future for our children," said New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin.
On 12/4, I talked about the digital divide in Texas with Juanita Budd of Austin Free-Net, Becky Garlick of Blinn College, Will Reed of Technology for All and state Rep.
The digital divide is viewed by researchers from three major sides: the accessibility divide, the knowledge and skill divide, and the perceptions of citizens divide (Orbicom, 2005; Abu-Shanab, 2013).
The gap between those who have ready access to computers and the internet and those who do not -- commonly known as the digital divide -- has been one of the foremost development concerns of the 21st century.
Mobilink Foundation envisions a Pakistan where the digital divide would minimize and the rural areas would be empowered enough to complete with the rest of the world.
Without a Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide.
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