Community access to technology has become a critical issue in the discussion of sustainable community development and the economic viability of communities in the 21st century. The Policy Research Action Group (PRAG), a now-retired portion of CURL, established the Community Access to Technology Working Group to explore community access and training with regards to technology in the context of universal access within the city of Chicago. Additionally, the group sought to find out how technology resources are distributed in Chicago with particular emphasis on access at community centers, schools and libraries. The group's final report outlines the numbers and findings of the availability of technology across the city.
Center for Urban Research and Learning; Policy Research Action Group; Pasnick, Derek; Hellwig, Maureen; Hibler, Carol; Mercado, Martin; Unruh, Kent; and Whelden, Suzanne, "Inroads to Technology: Evening the Playing Field for the 21st Century - PRAG Publication" (1999). Center for Urban Research and Learning: Publications and Other Works. 20.
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