Digital Divide: Computers and Our Children's Future
"Interviewing educators, government officials and technology professionals, Bolt creates a rich tapestry of voices that addresses the larger social concerns of the digital divide. He also profiles a number of organizations and institutions - from schools that are effectively partnering with technology companies, to Community Technology Centers in urban locations, to the increasing amount of web content being created specifically for women and minorities - that can be seen as models for positive change."--Jacket.
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