Vermont’s Digital Future Conference

Tuesday May 8, 2012 from
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Champlain College, South Willard Street, Burlington VT 05401

Broadband connections can open opportunities in all sectors and for all Vermonters. On May 8th, join leaders from around the state to set the path for using Internet technology to create jobs, strengthen our communities, reinvent schools and increase citizen participation.

Highlights of the conference include:

  • Welcome address by Governor Peter Shumlin
  • Keynote address by Nicco Mele, former webmaster for Governor Howard Dean’s 2004 presidential race and a leading expert in the integration of social media and Web 2.0 with politics, business and communications
  • Panels on creating economic opportunity through connectivity, connecting communities, building digital literacy and education innovation
  • Facilitated discussions for you to share your ideas about how to ensure that Vermonters can make best use of broadband resources as they expand across our state

Find out more and register at http://evermontconference.org.

Fee: $40, includes courses, lunch and refreshments.

This event is brought to you by:

The e-Vermont Community Broadband Project, a partnership working in rural towns throughout Vermont to provide broadband technology-related resources and training. Find out more at www.e4vt.org.

The Snelling Center for Governmentis lead organizer for this conference. For more information, please contact Joanna Cummings at joanna@ snellingcenter.org or 802-859-3090.

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