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This video features a discussion of the connectivity challenges faced by the Yurok Tribe of Northern California, and the importance of Tribes being able to build and operate their own networks.
The Internet Society offers a wide range of free, self-paced online courses for those wishing to explore the technical and programmatic aspects of broadband development. Course topics include network operations, Internet exchange points, encryption, and grant application and project implementation.
This resource describes the first Tribal Wireless Bootcamp, which sought to share strategies on building physical networks while building a social support network for this work. The piece describes the conception of the event and the event itself and discusses opportunities for future iterations of the Tribal Wireless Bootcamp.
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