Connect with us

Broadband's Impact

Digital Excellence Grants Come to Cleveland’s Case Western and Cleveland State

Published

on

 Broadband Breakfast Insight: Cleveland, through its OneCommunity non-profit fiber network, has been ahead of the curve in bring better broadband to the northeast Ohio area.

Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants, from the Plain Dealer

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Foundation has approved two grants to launch the foundation’s new Digital Excellence Initiative.

About $200,000 will go to Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to establish an “Internet of Things” collaborative and $250,000 for DigitalC’s ReStart program. The goal is to strengthen research and workforce development.

The Cleveland Foundation’s new Digital Excellence initiative will invest in efforts that create a more connected community, support digital skills development, improve digital civic engagement, elevate regional digital leadership, and encourage technology innovation for social good.

[more…]

Source: Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants | cleveland.com

Broadband Breakfast is a decade-old news organization based in Washington that is building a community of interest around broadband policy and internet technology, with a particular focus on better broadband infrastructure, the politics of privacy and the regulation of social media. Learn more about Broadband Breakfast.

Digital Inclusion

Digital Equity Includes Clear Messaging And Training, Experts Argue

Experts argued for clearer communications and training for Americans not used to connectivity.

Published

on

Hannah Hill of Boston Consulting Group

 Broadband Breakfast Insight: Cleveland, through its OneCommunity non-profit fiber network, has been ahead of the curve in bring better broadband to the northeast Ohio area.

Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants, from the Plain Dealer

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Foundation has approved two grants to launch the foundation’s new Digital Excellence Initiative.

About $200,000 will go to Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to establish an “Internet of Things” collaborative and $250,000 for DigitalC’s ReStart program. The goal is to strengthen research and workforce development.

The Cleveland Foundation’s new Digital Excellence initiative will invest in efforts that create a more connected community, support digital skills development, improve digital civic engagement, elevate regional digital leadership, and encourage technology innovation for social good.

[more…]

Source: Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants | cleveland.com

Continue Reading

Education

Facebook and Utah Valley University Fund Tech Training Program for Utah Elementary Schools

Published

on

Photo of a Forbes Elementary School student courtesy UVU

 Broadband Breakfast Insight: Cleveland, through its OneCommunity non-profit fiber network, has been ahead of the curve in bring better broadband to the northeast Ohio area.

Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants, from the Plain Dealer

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Foundation has approved two grants to launch the foundation’s new Digital Excellence Initiative.

About $200,000 will go to Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to establish an “Internet of Things” collaborative and $250,000 for DigitalC’s ReStart program. The goal is to strengthen research and workforce development.

The Cleveland Foundation’s new Digital Excellence initiative will invest in efforts that create a more connected community, support digital skills development, improve digital civic engagement, elevate regional digital leadership, and encourage technology innovation for social good.

[more…]

Source: Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants | cleveland.com

Continue Reading

Health

Healthcare Startup, Boosted By Pandemic, Wants To Alleviate Fears Before And After Surgery

PatientPartner, which helps surgery patients connect with each other, is seeing rapid growth during the pandemic.

Published

on

PatientPartner founders George Kramb and Patrick Frank

 Broadband Breakfast Insight: Cleveland, through its OneCommunity non-profit fiber network, has been ahead of the curve in bring better broadband to the northeast Ohio area.

Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants, from the Plain Dealer

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Foundation has approved two grants to launch the foundation’s new Digital Excellence Initiative.

About $200,000 will go to Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University to establish an “Internet of Things” collaborative and $250,000 for DigitalC’s ReStart program. The goal is to strengthen research and workforce development.

The Cleveland Foundation’s new Digital Excellence initiative will invest in efforts that create a more connected community, support digital skills development, improve digital civic engagement, elevate regional digital leadership, and encourage technology innovation for social good.

[more…]

Source: Cleveland Foundation announces two Digital Excellence technology grants | cleveland.com

Continue Reading

Recent

Signup for Broadband Breakfast

Get twice-weekly Breakfast Media news alerts.
* = required field

Trending