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Fd l blandin strut your stuff powerpoint

  1. 1. Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Strut Your Stuff Tour 7.31.14 Blandin Broadband Communities
  2. 2. Agenda 2 hour meeting Networking, informal discussion and refreshments (cake or other provided by Blandin Foundation) Welcome, introductions and check-in by local hosts/attendees Meeting purpose~Bernadine Community presentation Blandin response The future Adjourn
  3. 3. Original BBC Team What need or purpose brought this group together? Who was involved? What were findings of the planning process? What activities and projects were implemented? List of organizations or partners involved
  4. 4. Wireless Hot Spots Tribal Center Fond du Lac Ojibwe School Fond du Lac Head Start Resource Management Police Department Human Services Tagwii Recovery Center Mino Wii Gii Win Inpatient Treatment Center Assisted Living Supportive Housing Veterans Housing Sawyer Community Center Brookston Community Center Fond du Lac public internet fun facts: *Provides a wireless coverage area of about 10 square miles. *Provides wireless internet access to over 80 residential homes. All major community gathering locations are covered by the wireless access points. *The speed of the wireless internet provided is much faster than what is available to the public. * At peak times there are over 400 devices connected.
  5. 5. Wireless Hot Spots Access speeds of 10Mb to 30Mb down and 5Mb up
  6. 6. iPads in the classroom Project goals Best outcomes Most fun
  7. 7. Summer Mobile Learning Project (Application Creation Workshop) The camp is focused on smart phone and tablet application use and development for up to 12 students, grades 7th and 8th .
  8. 8. During the first week of camp students were introduced to the processes involved in creating an app. Discover Define Design Develop Deploy
  9. 9. App Campers traveled to Lake Connections in Two Harbors, MN to learn first hand how a fiber network brings digital communications to homes and businesses. They also learned about the many careers in the various fields of digital communications. Field Trip
  10. 10. Community Computer Classes A Community Need • Basic Computer Skills • Focused Topics Flexibility • 3-4 days per week • Morning, Afternoon, Evening, and Weekends • The Freedom to Choose
  11. 11. PC’s for People How Many PC’s were given away? Experience working with PC’s for People
  12. 12. Reflection Planning Outcomes Key findings Surprises Community goals
  13. 13. Reflection If we knew then what we know now... How could the Blandin team have been more helpful. What community-wide impacts are you observing or expecting?

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