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Fundamental broadband knowledge and skills are essential for people to operate successfully in the digital society. On this website you will find tutorials that will provide you with knowledge about the existing broadband environment in the U.S., raise your awareness of programs to support broadband adoption and expansion, learn about various broadband applications that can improve your life and work, and assist you better exploit broadband availability and services. The goals of these tutorials are to help you (1) better access and use broadband services, and (2) improve your community’s existing knowledge and attitudes regarding adoption and provision of broadband services. With a greater understanding of the impact broadband can have on your community, you can provide others with broader education, business, health, education, e-government, employment, and other opportunities.
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Florida Rural Broadband Alliance Broadband Needs Assessment and Benchmarking of Anchor Institutions
This project supports FRBA’s Florida Rural Middle Mile Networks – Northwest and South Central Regions project, funded by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). The project’s purpose is to conduct a needs assessment of the existing and future broadband uses and applications of the alliance’s anchor institutions to assist the middle mile network designers to deploy and configure the network.
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Welcome to the North Florida Broadband Authority project website. The Information Use Management & Policy Institute of Florida State University, College of Communication & Information, School of Information has received an award from the North Florida Broadband Authority to perform several activities in support of its $30 million Ubiquitous Middle Mile Project for which the NFBA has obtained funding from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration as part of the Broadband Technology Opportunity Program.
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Notice: This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number 1304382. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.