The Digital Divide and Digital Democracy - A Conversation with Gerardo de los Santos

In recent years the digital divide has migrated from a concern about the ability to access the Internet at home or work, to a concern about the growing divide in the ability to access necessary broadband, especially as we see a proliferation of technology-enabled delivery of instruction often designed for BYOD (bring your own devices.) In this podcast, the president and CEO of the League for Innovation in the Community College shares concerns about the new issues we face as a state and a nation as we seek to prepare an historically underserved audience to be not only hardy learners in the workforce with relevant skills and knowledge; but also committed capable leaders in our growing digital democracy.

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