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NDIA on Mozilla IRL Podcast “All Access Pass”

Mozilla's ILR Podcast interviewed NDIA's Director Angela Siefer in their episode "All Access Pass". The podcast asks "What is life like without fast Internet, and how does life change once a person has it? Should Internet access be a right, rather than a luxury?" From...

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Net Neutrality Day of Action

Today is the Net Neutrality Day of Action! To join in the movement, please visit:  https://www.battleforthenet.com/ To learn more about the history of Net Neutrality check out:  http://whatisnetneutrality.org/timeline This isn’t just an issue for the big players, it’s...

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Adapting Materials and Busting Silos Part 1

In some of our earliest conversations, Matthew Kopel, the project manager for the NDIA Pilot Corps, directed us to (and I'm paraphrasing) break down silos like we're a wrecking crew. So what exactly does this mean? It means identifying silos of information, stores of...

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NDIA Meetup at ALA 2017

Are you headed to ALA next week?  Would you like to meet up with other digital-inclusion-oriented library folks? Know someone who fits this profile? Are you in the Chicago area and want to come out anyways? Friday, June 23rd 7:00-8:30pm Motor Row Brewing Company...

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Research You Can Use: Digital Literacy Training & Employment

It is often not an easy task to find empirical data or academic research that support particular aspects of digital inclusion work. The Research You Can Use series will answer specific questions with academic articles and professional research that our affiliates have...

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Digital Inclusion Week: San Antonio Housing Authority

By Munirih Jester, NTEN Digital Inclusion Fellow The San Antonio Housing Authority provides housing assistance to over 65,000 children, adults and senior citizens; and partners with more than 35 social service agencies to provide education, training and medical...

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