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On this site, you can build your own online community; publish a blog, share documents and discussions with colleagues, and post news, events and articles. The Digital Divide Network is the Internet's largest community for educators, activists, policy makers and concerned citizens working to...
On this site, you can build your own online community; publish a blog, share documents and discussions with colleagues, and post news, events and articles. The Digital Divide Network is the Internet's largest community for educators, activists, policy makers and concerned citizens working to bridge the digital divide.
This site is built for interaction among students and faculty members via networking. It includes many resources from the digital divide that can be linked to international and domestic sources such as the BBC.
This site hosts a collection of information and links on varied topics including television news, life & culture, and interaction sites for kids and parents. Especially notable are the game and activities sites for kids. Also, the parents’ advice site is a great source for child-rearing help and information. In the teacher sources area, many items for classroom use could be very interesting for students including math, science, and cartoon sites which not only make good teaching tools but serve to motivate students as well.
I have found these URL very interesting because they really deal with an ongoing problem : digital divide. These URL are really designed to promote, fight, and inform about digital divide. They create a community of sharing, of experiences, as well as of understanding what are the issues and how they can be resolved. Thanks for sharing.