To analyze issues of Internet unity, governance and structure and propose strategies to increase global Internet freedom
Providing librarians and their patrons with tools and information to better understand their digital rights by scaling a series of privacy workshops for librarians.
To include Knight-community libraries in the creation of a national digital library network
Turning Boston's open data collection into an accessible resource by working with Boston Public Library to catalog it and introduce it to the public.
To expand access to broadband technology and digital literacy training beyond physical library walls in Philadelphia
To promote responsive digital solutions for low-bandwidth communities by scaling a digital library platform that makes robust educational content available for libraries and schools in the developing world.
Helping people create and share global collections of cultural treasures on the Internet Archive, one of the world's largest public libraries.
Helping more communities share their histories online by creating a mobile kit that will scan and digitize print materials for public archiving in partnership with Brooklyn Public Library and Queens Library.
To create an interactive learning space within the public libraries where young people can learn to use and create digital media as a way to engage with their peers and community
To enable the Detroit Connected Community Initiative to provide high-speed Internet access in two large, low-income Detroit neighborhoods, utilizing WiMAX and Wi-Fi technology
To support the expansion of the Internet Archive's TV News Search & Borrow, a digital library database of television news content.
To increase access of unserved and underserved citizens to internet and computer technology by strengthening the library's role as a community technology center