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Stories From the Field

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Opportunity

Norma Cordova Vice President
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When the COVID crisis hit in March and it became clear that in-person classes could not be resumed for the rest of the school year, the Des Moines school district was faced with a serious dilemma.

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Explore the reasons why we mark World Wi-Fi Day and celebrate the vital service that has kept the economy going, connected people, and even saved lives.

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There’s been a recent surge in telehealth that can be useful for a myriad of treatments while keeping both patients and medical personnel safe from exposure to COVID-19.

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The widespread availability of broadband has enabled UConn Choir singers to continue making music and reach an audience far beyond the concert hall.

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Keany Produce harnessed the internet during COVID-19, keeping its staff employed while getting its produce to people who needed it.

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Broadband enabled activities are keeping us sane during the COVID-19 pandemic, and providing us with opportunities to deepen our connections.

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Strong, reliable connectivity across the country has helped make “virtual” therapy sessions a reality. This is one provider's story.

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TV is playing a role far more important than pure entertainment during the COVID-10 pandemic– it's become a critical platform to help people get informed, stay connected, and remain healthy.

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Work-from-home veterans share their telework survival tips during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Mount Vernon CrossFit has moved its business online to keep members fit and the gym sustainable during the coronavirus pandemic.

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As homes turn into offices, classrooms, and virtual social hangout spots, take these seven steps to improve your home Wi-Fi performance.

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In the digital age, advances in technology are making it easier to respect social-distancing guidelines without life grinding to a halt.

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Opportunity

Norma Cordova Vice President
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When the COVID crisis hit in March and it became clear that in-person classes could not be resumed for the rest of the school year, the Des Moines school district was faced with a serious dilemma.

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Explore the reasons why we mark World Wi-Fi Day and celebrate the vital service that has kept the economy going, connected people, and even saved lives.

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There’s been a recent surge in telehealth that can be useful for a myriad of treatments while keeping both patients and medical personnel safe from exposure to COVID-19.

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The widespread availability of broadband has enabled UConn Choir singers to continue making music and reach an audience far beyond the concert hall.

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Keany Produce harnessed the internet during COVID-19, keeping its staff employed while getting its produce to people who needed it.

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