The Florence Williams Public Library Public Computer Center on St. Croix was abuzz with curiosity as we celebrated Digital Learning Day 2018! Originally organized by the Alliance for Excellent Education in 2012, Digital Learning Day began as a way to highlight innovative educators, but has also grown into an instrument for change and advocacy for … Continue reading
The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network invites the community to #LearnSomethingNew this Digital Learning Day, Thursday, February 22, 2018, with a Pop-Up Digital Coach at the Florence Williams Public Library on St. Croix from 12 noon to 4:45pm. Visitors will be able to stop by to receive a copy of the 2018 edition of the … Continue reading
Access to 100% fiber-optic speeds over free public Wi-Fi Hot Spots fuels demand for faster, more reliable home and business Internet services. (St. Croix, USVI) – As the territory continues its recovery from the unprecedented back-to-back Category 5 storms Irma and Maria, residents have been discovering the unrivaled stability and speed of direct fiber-optic connections … Continue reading
Jump-start your “tech-savvy” in fewer than 2 hours! View the Code.org video series “How Computers Work” featuring Microsoft founder Bill Gates, and “How the Internet Works“. These comprehensive video mini-courses are geared to viewers of all ages and skill levels, too!
viNGN President & CEO Dr. Mark McGibbon highlights company teamwork and accountability acknowledging the people behind-the-scenes efforts during recovery efforts St. Thomas – The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) announced that the company had reached another milestone in its overall recovery and restoration efforts of the territory’s all fiber high speed broadband network. … Continue reading
The VI Consortium provided exciting stats and praise of viNGN’s fiber optic network which provided livestreams and free public Wi-Fi throughout the 65th St. Croix Christmas Festival week, captioning their Facebook post as follows: “Importantly, viNGN’s service never failed, and the bandwidth provided to The Consortium facilitated seamless and buffer-free streaming. The service was appreciated by … Continue reading