February 21, 2020

clouds in the sky above a sunsetDate: Friday February 21, 2019

Time: 2:00 CST, (1:00 MST)

Location: via  Zoom 

Meeting Type: Regular Meeting

How Called: Standing meeting

Convened: 2:05

Attendees: Barry, Maryanna, Katherine

1 Minutes

Approval of January minutes

2 New Business

  1. 2020 Budget Approval – done
  2. Core vision – https://www.theleadershipdeficit.org/my-core-vision and Action Plan https://www.theleadershipdeficit.org/defining-an-action Good discussion on what success looks like, and how we measure it. Here’s some of what we came up with from the first tool:
    1. PBDD interacts regularly with 20-30 partner organizations sharing challenges, solutions and specifics.
    2. PBDD maintains a website with information useful to digital inclusion agencies.
    3. PBDD provides shared materials that are enhanced and reused.
    4. People ask to join PBDD as partners,
    5. PBDD partners answer our emails and provide input to research papers
    6. PBDD connects two or more partners who can learn from each other to solve a specific problem.

3 Information Sharing

  1. AFTRR best practices working group – 
  2. Digital Inclusion seder – draft of seder; 10 RSVPs to date
  3. Other Net Inclusion discussion
  4. Experience paper: Email sent. No responses received to date (response requested by today). Barry will send out individual emails.
  5. Partner Updates: Neli at PRC. Still looking for someone else to do the rest of the computer training stuff.
  6. Web page updates: PRC training material
  7. Web Traffic: Low Cost Access Options has been a very popular page, averaging four hits/day for the past year, found through Google Search

4 Action Item Status Updates

Walking through Action Item List and noting updates. In the minutes, this will record items closed during meeting. 

5 Time and Location for Next Meeting

Next meeting — March 23rd, 3:30 central, 1:30 Mountain via  Zoom

6 Adjourn

Adjourned: 3:28

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