Basic Internet literacy can help foster sensible legislative positions on digital issues. An expert panel explores whether legislators and their staff have the resources necessary to build competence on Internet issues. Building on ongoing research (and a forthcoming white paper) on what tools are available for Congressional Internet education, we will explore what education exists, and what we can learn from challenges that educators have encountered.
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Director of Public Policy, Yelp
Former Congressional staffer
Executive Director, Internet Education Foundation (IEF)
Director, Digital Futures Project, Wilson Center
Resilient Democracy Project Lead, Edward M Kennedy Institute for the Senate
Executive Director, i2Coalition