Caroline Stratton is an assistant professor in the School of Information at Florida State University. Her research agenda is focused on how organizations may effectively design and implement interventions with technology for social good. Her recent work examines policies and programs intended to reduce digital inequality in urban and rural regions of the US. Caroline holds a PhD in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a BS in Nuclear & Radiological Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Prioritize Funding for High-Speed Internet Connectivity that Rural Communities Can Afford to Adopt
Federal programs that have recently funded new broadband infrastructure has gone to ISPs that offer expensive internet service.
05.27.21 | 1 min read