Tag Archives: #bushbroadband

June 26, 2014

The tyranny of distance: Building better broadband for the bush

by Claire Reilly 24 June 2014 Article originally appeared here on CNET.COM When NBN Co released its latest map showing areas slated for fibre rollout across the country, the conversation started once again: Australians celebrated the fact that they would soon have access to faster internet speeds, or lamented that their neighbourhood had once again just missed […]

June 2, 2014

Speaker presentations from the Indigenous Focus Group Day at BB4B Forum III

Carl Smith, Jasmine Lawson, Kelly Robinson, Marcia Mitchell and Inge Kral ‘Inbox me your number’ – Wifi and mobile phone usage in the Ngaanyatjarra region Inge Kral, Margaret Carew and Marie Ellis Report back on Getting in Touch Workshop – Language and digital inclusion in Australian Indigenous communities Dr Peter Radoll, Assistant Professor in Information […]

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May 14, 2014

Broadband for the Bush Forum Communique 2014

Broadband for the Bush Forum III: Building a Better Digital Future Alice Springs, 2014 This communiqué reflects the ideas and views that emerged out of the third Broadband for the Bush Forum: Building a Better Digital Economy which was held in Alice Springs on 30 April and 1 May 2014. This document reflects the recommendations […]

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May 14, 2014

Broadband for the Bush Forum III Presentations

Speaker Presentations from the 2014 Forum in Alice Springs   Simon Cordina, Assistant Secretary, E-Government Branch, Department of Communications E-Government (PDF)   Noel Ferguson, Principal Project Manager – Communities and Technology, Mid West Development Commission Video: http://youtu.be/uuIPGsDtwbg Connecting Communities – How to Strengthen Entire Communities by using Technology (DRAFT) (PDF)   Brendan Fitzgerald, Inclusion Manager, Infoxchange […]

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