When it comes to taking advantage of the internet, national data shows that senior citizens are no slackers. In late January, a Charlotte community forum is bringing together leaders and organizations to examine new ways to strengthen digital literacy in an already flourishing demographic group.
Until social media and technology companies determine an approach, the websites Snopes, Fact Check, and PolitiFact can help news consumers protect against the spread of fake news.
Imagine the wildest science fair ever, with displays of stop-motion clay animation, drones equipped with video cameras, cigar box guitars, and night vision systems. You've just imagined CPCC's The Geek Fest, which just completed its 13th year.
Two new digital inclusion fellows—Caché Owens and Margo Scurry—are taking steps towards social justice, working with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Housing Partnership and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Educators say distributing low-cost personal computers opens countless doors for students — but devices are just the first step in helping people succeed online.
Queens University students interview a two-time Knight Cities Challenge winner about how to create a successful proposal.
Charlotte is a potential pilot for several upcoming projects identified in a BroadbandUSA workshop conducted in June 2016 in Washington, DC.
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library now lends mobile Wi-Fi hotspots.