Less than a week to register for the FREE Webinar: “Broadband 101” Oct. 26th!

10/20/2011 Uncategorized by citsadmin

The Superior Chamber of Commerce , 205 Belknap Avenue in Superior, WI, will host a FREE webinar on October 26th from 10-11:30. This FREE presentation “Broadband 101: What do consumers need to know?”  will assist business owners and consumers in their decision-making processes concerning internet services.

With all the choices available on the market, it can be confusing for consumers to make decisions about buying internet service and how to access the internet.

This FREE program will provide information on:

  • How to identify service
    providers
  • How to decide between available internet service plans
  • How to get service (if
    you don’t have services
    in your area)

 

There are consumers without internet service choices, and this program will also cover what they can do to be more proactive in getting service. ** This FREE program will be delivered as a live webinar using Elluminate and will include time for some group activities (at group sites), and questions. 

* For more information on participating or viewing the webinar, email  Terri Harings   or call (715)491-2617 to register.  

To view the webinar online after the live presentation visit  http://dev-broadband.pantheonsite.io/webinars

Professor Andy Lewis, Community and Economic Development Manager, Office of Broadband Sustainability, University of Wisconsin-Extension. Andy is focusing his educational programming on increasing broadband subscribership and connectivity in the State of Wisconsin. Andy’s main interest lies in helping communities, businesses, and residents understand the benefits of broadband and its impact on economic development and quality of life.

These and other free community trainings are part of the Building Community Capacity through Broadband initiative, a federal grant-funded project building community area networks in four demonstration communities across Wisconsin while providing education and training in five communities in WI. For more information, see: http://dev-broadband.pantheonsite.io.

 


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