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The search for high-quality online content for low-income and underserved communities; evaluating and producing what's needed, an issue brief and action plan with research appendices

Publisher: The Children's Partnership

Date Published: October 2003

Distributor: The Children's Partnership

Source Address: 1351 3rd Street Promenade, Suite 206

Source City/State/Zip: Santa Monica CA 90401-1321

Phone: 310-260-1220

Material Type: Position Paper

Intended Audience: Policy Maker

Physical Media: Print

Physical Description: 28 p. + 36 p. appendices

Subjects: Internet; Technological Literacy; Information Sources; Online Searching

Abstract:
This document explores the "content gap" for online information and services accessible to Americans with low incomes, limited-literacy, or limited English skills. Included is an issue brief and an action plan with research appendices.

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