Digital Access Task Force Meeting
Monday April 19, 2021
Next Task Force Meetings April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
7:30 - 8:45 AM Zoom Meeting
We will begin promptly at 7:30 am!
See Meeting Agenda Tab below
Please engage by video rather that just audio so that we can
also share our screens with you.
Zoom Meeting ID: 919 9321 8962
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Phone: Dial by your location
You will be prompted to enter your unique participant ID - Press # to skip
Registration Required: Since we no longer have time for everyone to introduce themselves at the meeting, we are requiring you to register when you join the meeting so that we can capture and share attendee contact info. This will help facilitate collaboration. The registration info will then be distributed in the meeting summaries.
Download Task Force Reports and Other Presentations
Missed the April 12 Task Force Meeting? See the ZOOM recording here
April 12 Task Force Meeting Recording
Steve Peters, AZBSN and Task Force Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org Phone or Text: 520-321-1309
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Updates and Digital Access
Federal and State Updates
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic the world is creating the largest telecommunity of all time. Social and physical distancing is becoming the new normal requiring unpresented demand for digital access for all Arizona communities including tribal, rural and other underserved communities and low-income neighborhoods in Arizona.
AZBSN, the Arizona Broadband Stakeholder Network, led by ATIC, the Arizona Telecommunications and Information Council, GAZEL, the Greater Arizona Educational Leadership organization, in cooperation with many other stakeholder organizations, have created an AZBSN COVID-19 Digital Access Task Force.
What Is Digital Access
Digital access is more than just access to fast affordable and reliable Internet access.
Everyone, especially students, also require access to technology such as computers, laptops, and smart phones as well as other digital equipment such as routers, hotspots, and web cameras. They also need digital content resources and skills to effectively use technology.