Taking aim at the K-12 education space,KC Digital Drive and Hive KC Learning Community have just launched the Hive KC Digital Drive Fund. The fund is designed to support local projects and organizations that promote youth learning through digital technology.
The Kansas City Digital Inclusion Fund is seeking applications for its next round of grants. In the meantime, learn about the 2013 at the Grantee Showcase on Thursday, August 7, at the Fiber Space.
Join the KC Digital Drive on the eve of mHIT2014, the Midwest Health Informatics & Telemedicine Conference at Children’s Mercy, to learn about exciting projects leveraging high-speed fiber optic internet to deliver healthcare in new ways.
As Google completes its community-reshaping fiber-to-the-home buildouts in KCMO and KCK and starts moving into the suburbs, Time Warner and AT&T are preparing to launch their own new service initiatives.
On July 29, 2014, more than 75 local technology advocates and civic leaders gathered at the UMKC Bloch School Executive Hall for the first-ever Kansas City Regional Gigabit City Summit. In addition to hearing reports from city leaders, the audience joined in and brainstormed ideas for civic focus.
In July Mozilla announced ten projects in Kansas City and Chattanooga that will receive funding from the Gigabit Community Fund, an initiative to support learning programs that utilize gigabit connectivity.
On Tuesday, July 29, the Kansas City Digital Drive invites local civic leaders interested in exploring the possibilities of gigabit connectivity to attend the first Gigabit City Summit for the Kansas City metro area.
As we prepare for our Gigabit Explorer event on Nov 1-3, one critical threshold for success is our ability to identify project teams to tackle meaningful, substantive issues for Kansas City using the next generation web. It’s hard to build something impactful in 48 hours, especially when it involves new and unfamiliar technology. As we did […]