Digital Connects Launches Alpha V1.0 on September 3, 2010
At the request of ISP associations, broadband providers, NGOs, businesses, and governments, Net Literacy was asked to create a digital literacy “best practices” website. Construction of the website began on August 25th, testing began on August 27th, and the Alpha v1.0 of this site was launched on September 3, 2010. Additional website functionality is in the process of being added. More than a dozen partners/contributors/supporters from three continents have already provided over 350 “best practice submissions.” We will be adding them once we complete the basic functionality of this site. There is no cost to use or submit best practices on this site – and we appreciate the international community’s support, suggestions, and comments.
Digital Literacy will officially launch on October 21st in celebration of our Afterschool Alliance Lights On campaign. More about this program that promotes government support for afterschool programs that help working families, keep students safe, and increase students success can be found by clicking on this link.
Please send all comments to [email protected]racy.org and thank you for increasing broadband adoption, digital inclusion, and digital literacy!