Digital readiness is key to building a stronger workforce and strengthening the State’s economy. The University of Nebraska Extension, the Nebraska Information Technology Commission, the Nebraska Public Service Commission, and Nebraska Library Commission have partnered with the Purdue Center for Regional Development to conduct a statewide Digital Readiness survey. The survey is open to the public and available until May 24
The survey will provide information on how Nebraskans are using broadband at home and the cost benefits of using broadband technologies. Results from this survey will help communities, resource providers, and policy makers address digital readiness and the digital divide.
The Digital Readiness survey can be found at https://go.unl.edu/bbsurvey.