NSF 1951911, $150K over 1 year
We are working to understand and address the socio-technical challenge of designing culturally and connectivity responsive mHealth applications for rural tribal communities. Currently, we are working with the Hopi Opportunity Youth Initiative.
NSF 2145861; $570K over 5 years
New platforms for facilitating community-driven network measurement efforts are needed to improve maps that reveal the actual status of broadband connectivity in rural and underserved communities.
NSF 2122791, $275K over 2 years
Our work seeks to create new approaches to developing computationally rich and culturally relevant curriculum that introduces fifth-grade students to computer science through the problem of Internet measurement.
NSF 2043526, $50K over 4 months
We are partnering with teachers and parents at STAR School to design and develop the Digital Backpack (DigiPack), an opportunistic content delivery system and mobile application that allows students living on Navajo Nation to engage with digital learning content at home even when Internet connectivity is slow, intermittent, or non-existent. This project is funded under Stage I of the competitive NSF CIVIC Innovation program.
NSF 1831698, $2M over 4 years
Our work seeks to evaluate and develop new network technologies to enable tribal communities to meaningfully participate in the Internet, as both consumers and producers of Internet content, in order to create new opportunities for economic development.