The "digital literacy corps" is an initiative to increase digital inclusion, reduce the digital divide, and to increase broadband adoption via the use of teams of volunteers to work with population groups that have lower broadband adoption rates, teaching them "digital literacy."
In 2003, Net Literacy's team of student volunteers created a digital literacy corps that helped teach senior citizens, the disabled, and families with lower incomes, among others, how to use a computer and the Internet and identify their own personal broadband value propositon to help increase broadband adoption rates.
by broadbandforall December 05, 2009
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