Digital inclusion, Digital divide, Broadband access, Internet use, Digital equity
A report on data gathered from a spring 2019 survey by the UA Center for Communication Research. The data will provide the City of Fayetteville with a baseline picture regarding residents’ current levels of internet access, their daily activities online, the importance of the internet to them, and the barriers they see to enhanced online access. Future study will consider the homework gap in homes with K-12 students as well as general internet access issues for residential multi-tenant environments. Data from this survey will inform the City of Fayetteville's Digital Equity Plan.
Warren, R., Schulte, S., & Gibeault, M. J. (2019). Digital Use and Internet Access in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Communication Faculty Publications and Presentations. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/commpub/1