ISER Conducts Study on Impact of Broadband in SW Alaska

Broadband (high speed Internet) is being extended to 65 communities in Southwest Alaska. As part of its ongoing research on the role of telecommunications in the socio-economic development of rural Alaska, ISER is conducting a telephone survey in SW Alaska in June. The purpose of the survey is to learn about current access to the Internet and what different high speed Internet could make for residents of the region.

This research is sponsored by ConnectAlaska, with funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The results will be provided to the State of Alaska’s Broadband TaskForce.

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For more information on the State Broadband Task Force, see

For more information on the TERRA broadband project in Southwest Alaska, see

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