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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In a bid to resolve the digital divide Fluidata works with over sixty of the most prominent ISPs in the UK in order to provide high-speed, reliable Internet connections in areas previously effected by rural broadband.
Gulf News: What do you see as the most significant challenges that the digital divide is creating for individuals and businesses today?
Trisha begins, "We were to actively engage in the improvement of those disenfranchised--those most affected by the digital divide.
However, viewed analytically, there are three digital divides, and even a fourth one now emerging in many nations.
But there are other reasons, too, for as Hewlett-Packard's Fiorina said recently, "It's clear that technological change can develop a momentum of its own, widening not only the digital divide but the social or economic divide as well.
The Race has attracted the support of prominent state and national officials, as well as community and faith leaders committed to closing the digital divide.
BE AN ACTIVE PARTICIPANT CLOSING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE Beyond the role of public and private partnerships, everyone has a part to play.
For many groups, the digital divide has widened as the information 'haves' outpace the 'have nots' in gaining access to electronic resources," it said.
The Workshop will bring together experts in mobile Web technologies and specialists on emerging countries and the digital divide.
The chapters discuss philosophical, interdisciplinary, and region-specific perspectives including: epistemic value theory and the digital divide, justification of intellectual property protection, issues of gender and technology, intercultural comparisons of computing ethics, and the digital divides in Australia and Saudi Arabia, among other topics.
Demus III, co-director of the Ministerial Alliance Against the Digital Divide (MAADD):
But many educators warn that online textbooks, which also include Prentice Hall School Group's interactive textbooks in English and science, bring out a nagging concern in American schools--the digital divide.
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