Panel Subject: Connectivity and Economic Opportunity
This page is for coordination among the panel team to openly discuss the topics that will be covered under the subject of the "Connectivity and Economic Opportunity." The page includes the relevant survey results, Panel Guidelines and a section for the panel team to discuss in the comments.
|Collaborative Planning Document|
|Potential Speakers Spreadsheet|
|Join the Team|
The following topics were surveyed under this subject and the table provides the performance of each:
|#||Question||Important (3)||Neutral (2)||Not Important (1)||Weighted Average||Responses|
|5.2||What policies, technologies, structures, and funding can provide connectivity to underserved communities? How do we ensure this brings economic opportunity, while providing adequate levels of privacy and security?||46||22||9||2.48||77|
|5.1||Can Community Networks make indigenous, local and vulnerable communities become more connected and involved in changing the Internet's future?||38||25||13||2.33||76|
|5.4||How should those in the US help bridge the digital divide?||30||28||15||2.21||73|
|5.3||How to identify intersection between energy needs and challenges, connectivity in American Indian and Alaska Native communities?||23||30||22||2.01||75|
Panel teams should use this process to discuss the panel and get as close as possible to consensus on the following items by April 11.
- Identify a concrete subject for the panel based upon discussion and rough consensus. The subject and process must take into account the IGF-USA Principles, and the survey response topics that the subject is based upon.
- Panel teams should also consult the Topics Suggested under Other during the survey, especially comments that relates directly to a topic that performed well on the survey.
- Assign team leader(s) and a representative to interface with the steering committee and provide ongoing up to date information to secretariat.
- Greta Byrum
- Judith Hellerstein