Gina Millsap: Broadband Avenger
Beth Holland: Barriers, Challenges, and Empathy in Fostering Broadband Access (Part 1 of 2)
A story that has become painfully familiar as the coronavirus pandemic has raged around us: without adequate Internet access, we are severely limited in our ability to work and learn effectively.
Lev Gonick on Universal Broadband Access: If Not Now, When?
“2020, for all the tragedy of COVID and the toll of human life and collective anxiety, is the year that universal broadband access moved from being a quixotic call in the wild to a near table stakes reality, especially for education needs,” Arizona State University (ASU) Chief Information Officer Lev Gonick observed during a recent interview for the ASU ShapingED