Policy and Progress: Border to Border Broadband

November 16 - 17, 2011

12:00:00 - 13:00:00

Location: Greysolon Ballroom, Duluth MN

Blandin Foundation and Connect Minnesota hosted over 150 people at this year’s 2011 Broadband Conference, which focused on the ARRA Broadband funding efforts underway in Minnesota. Discussions with national and local policy leaders brought conference goers up to speed about how policy impacts them and how they link to the big picture. Through the sharing of tools and accomplishments of ARRA projects, we celebrated the progress towards meeting goals while planning for the future.

Conference posts on the Blandin on Broadband Blog:

Final Thoughts

Post-Conference and Extra-Conference Events

Border to Border Broadband Learning Stations

Understanding Minnesota’s Broadband Landscape: An Overview of the Connect Minnesota Project

36 Ways to use 100 Mbps

Minnesota Broadband – the musical

Kathy Annette on Broadband

Commissioner Michael Rothman on Broadband

Evolving Technology: Where we’ll be in 2020

MIRC Updates: Windom

MIRC Updates: Thief River Falls

MIRC Updates: Winona

MIRC Updates: Benton County

MIRC Updates: Willmar

MIRC Updates: Grand Rapids

MIRC Updates: Upper Minnesota Valley

MIRC Updates: Worthington

MIRC Updates: Cook County

National Broadband Policy and Implications for Minnesota

Mayor Ness welcomes broadband conference attendeees

PCs for People at Broadband Conference