This blog was established by the Digital Learning Lab to provide information that supports Black America’s efforts to close the Digital Divide. Its original name "HBCU-Levers" reflected its initial focus on HBCUs. Its scope has broadened to include community-based groups that enhance the computational thinking skills of Black Americans and the networks of successful Black techs who support each others’ efforts to achieve even greater success.
Below find links to the Digital Learning Lab's "Dozens" of favorite news items about HBCUs' use of information technology to enhance their teaching, research, and community services ... plus news about hackathons and issues related to coding ... in HBCU media and Tech media ... for the week ending Saturday 11/15/14 @ 9 am ...Links to previous editions of the Dozens can be found here ==>Back issues can be searched for old tweets.
Higher Education Grants of Interest to African Americans http://www.jbhe.com/?p=46498... DLL Editor's Note -- HBCU Grantees include Alabama State University, Tuskegee University, Delaware State University, Howard University, Florida A&M University, Alabama A&M University, Norfolk State University