There is a great post over at Libraries and Transliteracy discussing the recent proposal for the FCC’s Digital Literacy Corps.
The proposal calls for:
The plan also calls for every American community to have at least one “anchor” institution, such as a school, library or hospital, that has ultra-high-speed Internet access. The FCC defines that as at least a gigabit per second, 10 times faster than the 100 megabits per second envisioned for home connections.
How awesome is that? What will the implications for libraries be? Funding? Training?
One response to “FCC’s Digital Literacy Corps”
Lets hope both!