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U. of Illinois Digital Divide TV Nov 20-27

The digital divide is not binary, but complex, and many sectors in societyneed to be heard from in order to understand this phenomenon to overcomeit.

 Eight lectures examining digital divides in college sports, social work, theunemployment line, libraries, broadband, neighborhoods and more will bestreaming online starting November 20 and ending with an 8-hour marathonon November 27.  Each lecture is an hour long.

 Stream the lectures at http://www.media.illinois.edu/service/ui7live.html

 SAT NOV 20
 9am: DIGITAL DIVIDES IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL, presented by members of theUniv of Illinois Football Video Team

 10am: HISTORICAL DIGITAL DIVIDES: DEVELOPING SOFTWARE FOR THE EARLYPLATO COMPUTER SYSTEM, presented by Dr. Peter Braunfeldt , EmeritusProfessor of Mathematics, Univ of Illinois


 SUN NOV 21
 1pm: THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE AND RESEARCH,presented by Adrian Kok, Associate Professor of Social Work, DominicanUniversity, Chicago

 2pm: BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AT THE ILLINOIS STATE LIBRARY,presented by Deb Aggertt, Reference Outreach Coordinator, Illinois StateLibrary


 MON NOV 22
 10pm: THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE AND RESEARCH,presented by Adrian Kok, Associate Professor of Social Work, DominicanUniversity, Chicago


 TUE NOV 23
 11am: DIGITAL DIVIDES IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL, presented by members of theUniv of Illinois Football Video Team

 12pm: HISTORICAL DIGITAL DIVIDES: DEVELOPING SOFTWARE FOR THE EARLYPLATO COMPUTER SYSTEM, presented by Dr. Peter Braunfeldt , EmeritusProfessor of Mathematics, Univ of Illinois


 WED NOV 24
 6am: BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AT THE ILLINOIS STATE LIBRARY,presented by Deb Aggertt, Reference Outreach Coordinator, Illinois StateLibrary


 SAT NOV 27 (LECTURE MARATHON)
 4pm:BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN THE U. OF ILLINOIS LIBRARIES,presented by Beth Sandore, Assoc Univ Librarian for IT Planning and Policy,Assoc Dean of Libraries, and Professor of Library Administration, Univ ofIllinois

 5pm: BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AMONG THE UNEMPLOYED, presented byBrian Bell, Dept of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Grant Coordinator,Computer Science and Information Technology Dept, Parkland College

 6pm: BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDES IN ILLINOIS COMMUNITIES: LITERACY,LIFE SKILLS AND DIGITAL INCLUSION, presented by Frances Roehm, SkokieNetLibrarian and Community Liaison, Skokie Public Library

 7pm: BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE WITH FEDERAL BTOP BROADBANDCONSTRUCTION: UC2B, presented by Mike Smeltzer, Director of Networkingand Acting Director of Physical Infrastructure, Univ of Illinois

 8pm: DIGITAL DIVIDES IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL, presented by members of theUniv of Illinois Football Video Team

 9pm: HISTORICAL DIGITAL DIVIDES: DEVELOPING SOFTWARE FOR THE EARLYPLATO COMPUTER SYSTEM, presented by Dr. Peter Braunfeldt , EmeritusProfessor of Mathematics, Univ of Illinois

 10pm: THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE AND RESEARCH,presented by Adrian Kok, Associate Professor of Social Work, DominicanUniversity, Chicago

 11pm: BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AT THE ILLINOIS STATE LIBRARY,presented by Deb Aggertt, Reference Outreach Coordinator, Illinois StateLibrary


 The lectures are a part of the Third Annual Digital Divide Lecture Seriessponsored by the Community Informatics Research Lab at Univ of IllinoisGraduate School of Library and Information Science. Access the series archiveanytime for further video, audio and presentation slides athttp://groups.lis.illinois.edu/digitaldivide/GSLIS-allVideo.html.