Friday, January 27, 2012

Vermont Communities in a Digital Age

Thursday, February 16th; 9am - 4:30pm
Vermont Technical College, Randolph Vermont
Visit for links to more information and registration.

Join community leaders from around the state to share ideas and learn how online tools are being used to create jobs, reinvent schools, attract visitors, improve civic involvement, and enliven Vermont communities. The workshop is sponsored by the e-Vermont Community Broadband Project.

Anne Galloway of will be the keynote speaker. Session topics include mobilizing community resources for emergencies, a hands-on lab exploring online tools for business, a showcase of how technology is expanding the classroom for 4-6th graders, a look at conducting town meetings in the digital age, and ways to increase public Internet access in your town (and why).

Registration is $20 and includes course offerings, refreshments, lunch and the chance to win a Kindle reader and other prizes in our raffle drawing.

For more information about the day go to Pre-register online, by phone 802-859-3090, or by e-mail

e-Vermont partner The Snelling Center for Government is the lead organizer for Vermont Communities in a Digital Age.

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