National Tribal Broadband Summit

I am honored to participate today in the National Tribal Broadband Summit hosted by the U.S. Department of the Interior. On behalf of our team, I am presenting an overview of our participatory action research project, titled “Improving Digital Inclusion and Broadband Infrastructure in Native Communities” funded by a grant from the U.S Institute of Museum and Library Services (award #LG-250043-OLS-21).

Today, I am joining my colleague, Carson Block and our session, titled “Measurements and Tools: The Ways in Which IMLS Supports Innovations for Tribal Libraries and Librarians” is being moderated by James Neal, Senior Library Program Officer at IMLS.

I’ve uploaded a copy of my presentation slides, which can be downloaded here.

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