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Broadband Conference

Connected Texas: An exhibiting sponsor at the Texas Economic Development Council's 2013 Annual Conference, "2020 Vision"

 

October 16-18, 2013

 

San Antonio, Texas

 

Connected Texas will be an exhibiting sponsor at the Texas Economic Development Council's 2013 Annual Conference "2020 Vision", to be held October 16-18, 2013, at the Hyatt Regency hotel (on the Riverwalk) in San Antonio, Texas.
The Annual Conference program includes general sessions, breakout sessions, peer group roundtables, community economic development award's luncheon, new member orientation, board of director's meeting, exhibitor hall, golf tournament, PAC auction and networking opportunities.
During the conference, Connected Texas will be discussing the access, adoption, and use of the broadband in the Lone Star state.  Interested in attending? Register now.
Be Sure to check back for updates. 

 

 

Spring 2013 Conference Highlights!

 

Download the Speakers' Presentations

 
 

 

Digital Inclusion in Texas Conference and Colloquium

April 26-27, 2013

The University of Texas at Austin

 
Connected Texas is co-hosting Digital Inclusion in Texas, a conference and colloquium for providers, decision makers, and persons interested in best practices and public policy around digital inclusion.
The Conference will be held April 26-27, 2013 at the University of Texas at Austin.  
 
Conference Videos

 

Welcome/Introduction and The Texas Connects  Coalition Project, BTOP Program Objectives and Operations Presentations   

 
    

     Evaluating the Impact of the TCC BTOP Program in Texas Presentation

 

Collaborating to Achieve Digital Literacy for Texas Presentation

 

The Future of Public Internet Access Presentation and Closing Remarks from Day 1

 

Day 2 Introduction

    

The Impacts of Public Computer Centers Panel Discussion

 

Federal Policies and Their Impacts on Access to Broadband Internet Connections Panel  Discussion and Closing Remarks