and Wireless Childnet International Awards
Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) Conference
& WHRO won the first place award for excellence in public
broadcasting, programming and services from
Michael Goldberg and Eric Worden accept the NETA award from
Angie Callahan from WHRO
Digital Opportunities Task Force
and Wireless Childnet International Awards nominated MAGIC
as a commended project in the 2002 Awards programme from 161
entries from 38 different countries worldwide.
is a best practice in Virginia's Digital Opportunities Task Force.
The goal of the Digital Opportunities Task Force is to establish
a community-based infrastructure, in partnership with government
and industry, that will support increased access to computers and
the Internet for all citizens without barriers of race, income,
education, geography, or disability.
communities in addressing and bridging the digital divide, the
Digital Opportunities Task Force has created a Virtual Opportunity
Center to foster communities helping communities through the sharing
of best practices and resources/
of School Networking
was recognized along with the Kennedy Center's Arts Edge
program as one of the nation's leading education programs
at the Consortium of School Networking's national conference
in Washington, DC.
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