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Digital Equity

With funding from the NTIA State Digital Equity Planning Grant program, the State of Nebraska will be developing a plan to ensure Nebraskans have internet connectivity, devices such as laptops and smartphone, and the skills to meaningfully use internet technologies. The grant will also promote the use technologies such as telehealth and precision agriculture which are in the early stages of adoption and have the potential to significantly impact the lives of Nebraskans and the state’s economy.

Connect Nebraska Broadband Initiative/Broadband Office

Nebraska Digital Equity Planning Grant


Affordable Connectivity Program

STEM and Technology Workforce Development

Makerspaces and Digital Equity Organizations

Broadband Availability and Mapping

Access to Digital Devices

Precision Ag and Benchmark Data

Digital Equity Needs of Older Adults

Libraries as Digital Equity Partners

Digital Opportunities Kickoff Webinar

  • October 13 webinar recording--The webinar featured Angela McGraw, Director, Do Space, Omaha, speaking about the Tech Pack Program; Joy Stevenson, Director Crete Public Library, speaking about the library outdoor space; Jessica Chamberlain, Director, Norfolk Public Library, speaking about their Hotspot Lending and Tech Tutor Programs; Cicely Douglas, Director, South Sioux City Public Library, talking about the PLA Digital Literacy Workshop Incentive; Joy Kyhn, Director, Ravenna Public Library, talking about their makerspace; and Kathy Najjar, EduTech Program Coordinator, Center for People in Need, talking about EduTech Career Development & Google Career Certificate Scholarships.