Through a $3.3 million, two-year project that ran from March 2011-2013, the Colorado State Library oversaw the installation of 88 new and enhanced Public Computer Centers (PCCs) throughout Colorado. These PCCs provide internet access and computer training to foster broadband adoption. LRS’s evaluation of this project has resulted in the following products:
A Fast Facts series that provides highlights of the CSL BTOP project’s first year:
- Location, equipment, training, and usage data summary;
- PCC class participant satisfaction surveys results; and
- details about the project’s workforce efforts, partnerships, and statewide initiatives that have focused on addressing critical workforce development issues in Colorado’s rural areas.
Several presentations about the evaluation process and outcomes: