When we say “accessibility,” many of us think about adding keyboard navigation, high color contrast, and alt text to a website.
The 2020 Census is different from past surveys in two important ways.
Recent research from the North Carolina Department of Information Technology found that one in every 10 students lacks internet access at home, which makes it hard for them to complete homework assignments outside of school. "If we have a cohort o
Even as many aspects of the digital divide have narrowed over time, the digital lives of lower- and higher-income Americans remain markedly different.
On April 30, the U.S.
What is the internet? And who is an internet user? The questions may seem straightforward, but more than a decade of research in the United States and abroad suggests that some people who use the internet may not be aware that they’re doing so.
At least 100,000 San Francisco residents lack adequate Internet access and miss out on economic and educational benefits.
A compilation of research, interviews, and analysis aims to show that while the worldwide consequences of getting things wrong with the internet could be huge – for peace and security, for political and individual freedoms, for human equality – th
In today's society, individuals and households without reliable Internet connections are increasingly at risk of facing significant disadvantages.