The VI Source news online shared the Internet Starter Kit, a free 24-page e-book and 7 step guide to preparing to take a business online. The Internet Starter Kit was compiled for Digital Learning Day, an annual event launched in 2012 by Alliance for Excellent Education; it is accessible at any time online or for download in PDF format. … Continue reading
Governor Ken Mapp, together with other senior leadership members of the Virgin Islands Next Generation (viNGN) Team, toured the viNGN Network Operations Center (NOC) and a Fiber Access Point (FAP) facility earlier today. The scheduled tour was developed in order to provide an onsite perspective of overall viNGN operations and gain an appreciation of the … Continue reading
Gov. Kenneth E. Mapp has honored Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 5-11, 2016) with an official territorial proclamation. This year 159,233 Hour of Code events are to be held worldwide; several public, private and parochial schools have registered Hour of Code activities in the U.S. Virgin Islands. On Thursday, December, 8, 2016, nearly 20 students … Continue reading
Undercurrents, a special feature of the online newspaper VI Source, delves into issues of critical interest to the Virgin Islands community. Reporter Bernetia Akin begins a series of articles with “Undercurrents: Are Virgin Islanders Crossing the Digital Divide?” Read online: Monday, October 24, 2016, Are Virgin Islanders Crossing the Digital Divide?
The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) held its first Board Meeting under the new leadership of recently announced President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. H. Mark McGibbon on Thursday. Dr. McGibbon, who became the new President and Chief Executive Officer effective August 1, 2016, laid out his goals and overall vision for viNGN, while … Continue reading
CBS News2’s Sandra Goomansingh featured viNGN as part of the first Parent Teacher Support Group meeting of the year for Calvary Christian Academy on St. Thomas! With the theme “Invest to Protect” we shared how with a little time, attention and training, parents can better protect their children and themselves online.