The Emergency Connectivity Fund has now committed $6.5 billion to help schools and libraries.
The agency has now committed $3.8 billion from the $7.17-billion program.
Friday's Gigabit Libraries Network conversation will feature Drew Clark of Broadband Breakfast and John Busby of BroadbandNow.
Libraries can do for telehealth what they did for broadband: Provide low-income folks with access to digital and healthcare literacy.
April 7, 2021 – Libraries should monitor their broadband speeds and ensure they are getting quality connections, according to library […]
April 6, 2021 – In a webinar last week hosted by the Schools, Health, and Libraries Broadband Coalition (SHLB), panelists […]
January 22, 2021—The Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband Coalition released its 2021 Policy Roadmap on Thursday—an agenda to promote open, […]
January 20, 2021 – In one of his last official acts before departing the Federal Communications Commission and stepping down […]
It’s no secret that the Federal Communications Commission’s current broadband maps are flawed, many observers believe. The existing maps rely […]
July 14, 2020 — Libraries have a unique opportunity to respond to the coronavirus and are well equipped to assist […]
June 2, 2020 — Libraries consistently adapt to serve the essential education needs of surrounding communities, and their reliability and capacity […]
May 21, 2020 — The implementation of smart technologies may be a key in solving economic challenges at the regional […]
ARLINGTON, Virginia, October 17, 2019 – Federal Communication Commissioner Geoffrey Starks summarized his keynote message to the Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband […]
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WASHINGTON, April 16, 2010 - The Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration on Friday announced an investment in broadband growth to help boost economic growth,...
WASHINGTON, May 21, 2009 – Extending fiber-optic internet service to public libraries would help increase the demand for super-high-speed internet at home, broadband experts said Thursday.