The National Scholarly Communications Forum invites you to take up the broadband challenge and attend Strictly Broadband, a roundtable workshop on the opportunities presented by broadband communication networks for scholars in the humanities, social sciences and creative arts. Strictly Broadband will showcase broadband technology and its relevance to teaching and research practice.
Strictly Broadband is directed at scholars, teachers and researchers in the humanities, social sciences and creative arts and aims to demonstrate the relevance of high-speed connection and transmission of information to research and teaching, in particular the benefits available to scholars engaged in complex, collaborative projects.
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