An Essay about Digital Inclusion and Equity of Access (pg 20)

K–12 education and postsecondary education resources are becoming increasingly digital and more and more web-based. Learning management systems, student information systems, and content management systems all require students, parents, teachers, and administrators to have constant…
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State Chief Information Officer Ed Toner, State of Nebraska, Profiled in NASCIO State CIOs Make a Difference Campaign

State Chief Information Officer (CIO) Ed Toner is making a difference for Nebraska by leading the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) in their mission of creating opportunities through more effective, more efficient and customer-focused state government.
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SHLB Coalition Welcomes Network Nebraska as Newest Member

Washington, DC (December 13, 2016) - Network Nebraska became the newest member of the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition, a diverse partnership of 71 anchor institutions, commercial companies, non-profit broadband providers, foundations, public interest groups, and others. Together, these organizations promote open, affordable, high-capacity broadband for anchor institutions and their communities.
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State offices are leveraging and sharing geospatial data, changing the way taxpayers navigate Nebraska

Since the public release of NebraskaMAP.gov, Nebraskans are beginning to visualize geographic data in new ways. NebraskaMAP provides access to more than 150 peer-reviewed geographic data layers and maps through an open data platform.
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Nebraska Public Schools find Savings in State, University Internet Service

This week Nebraska’s Chief Information Officer announces the 245th and final public school district has elected to join the statewide education network known as Network Nebraska.
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