Internet Filtering and Information Poverty: Intersections and Challenges

Grants and Contracts Details


This is a National Forum proposal that addresses the IMLS strategic goal of increasing public access through a focus on internet filtering and disparate access to information. Proposed work falls within the “lifelong learning” category because it addresses barriers that limit access to information resources. The total award sought is $34,634, with no cost sharing. This proposal encompasses two virtual meetings and a two-day symposium in Lexington, Kentucky, to address these issues.
Effective start/end date7/1/196/30/22


  • Institute of Museum and Library Services: $54,901.00


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