The Digital Divide

This week you read Digital Divide in a Global Economy by Jack Lule Discussion: More than just a tool for information transfer, the Internet has become a conduit for a globalized workforce. However, as the Internet has become integrated into daily business life, a digital divide has emerged. Some derive the benefits from Internet access, but many others do not.
Could the digital divide change the way people think about themselves in relation to the rest of the world? Pr references to Week 6’s readings that helped shaped your opinion. What barriers exist that make it difficult to close the digital divide in developing economies like India and Chit country such as America? Topic 2: Open World
This week you watched Four Principles for the Open World by Don Tapscott.
Discussion: Tapscott believes that social media is becoming social production and that the Internet is a global supercomputer this supercomputer, it becomes more powerful as the new content becomes part of a global collective…a ne% Tapscott believes that tapping into this supercomputer will allow us to innovate in ways that were not previous Question #1: Locate one example that supports Tapscott’s Four Principles (Collaboration, Transparency, Sharing, and Em your classmates (justify and support your answer).

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