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Broadband Access for Connecting Work & Learning: One Year Later

The whole world seemed to be shutting down in May 2020. The spread of the coronavirus during the first months of the year, combined with efforts to avoid face-to-face contact as much as possible, had pushed many of us even further online than we already had (willingly) gone—including in the field of teaching-training-learning.

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

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