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The Connected Care Pilot Program will provide up to $100 million from the Universal Service Fund (USF) over a three-year period to selected applicants to support the provision of connected care services. The Commission adopted final rules for the Connected Care Pilot Program on April 2, 2020 (see FCC 20-44). The Pilot Program will provide funding for selected pilot projects to cover 85% of the eligible costs of broadband connectivity, network equipment, and information services necessary to provide connected care services to the intended patient population. The Pilot Program will not fund end-user devices or medical equipment.


If you have a work or school account, your organization's admin may have provided you with the ability to use one or more cloud-backed services (also referred to as "optional connected experiences") while using the Office apps, like Word or Excel, that are included with Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise. These cloud-backed services are optional. Whether you use them is up to you. They're provided to you under the terms of the Microsoft Services Agreement and privacy statement. In some cases, other terms may also apply. This article lists the cloud-backed services, further explains their terms of use, and describes how you can turn them off or on at any time.

To determine whether your admin has given you the ability to use any optional connected experiences in your Office apps included with Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise on a Windows device, go to File > Account > Account Privacy and select Manage Settings. If your admin has not given you control, you see a message that states, "Your organization's admin manages your privacy settings and has decided to disable optional connected experiences."

If the admin for your organization has provided you with a volume licensed version of Office 2019, Project 2019, or Visio 2019, go to File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Privacy Options. There you should see a check box for Turn on optional connected experiences. If you don't see that check box in Project 2019 or Visio 2019, choose Privacy Settings... in that Trust Center dialog box. Then you should see a Privacy Settings dialog box appear with a check box for Enable optional connected experiences.

If your admin has given you the ability to use optional connected experiences in your Office apps included with Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise on a Windows device, you can go to File > Account > Account Privacy and select Manage Settings to manage your settings at any time. When enabled, you have the option to use the services described in this article when you want to use them. When disabled, they won't be accessible.

Most optional connected experiences also can be managed by the privacy controls for connected experiences. For example, Insert Online Pictures can also be managed by the Allow the use of connected experiences in Office that download online content policy setting.

Secure .gov websites use HTTPSA lock ( Lock A locked padlock ) or https:// means you've safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a U.S. government program run by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to help low-income households pay for internet service and connected devices like a laptop or tablet.

Only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household. To receive the connected device discount, you need to enroll in the ACP with a participating provider that offers connected devices (Note: not every internet company offers device discounts.) Your internet company will provide the discount to you.

During this pilot program, devices called on-board units are installed on public and private vehicles to allow vehicles to "talk" to each other and receive in-car alerts like blind spot detection or rear-end collision warning. The on-board units also allow vehicles to talk to traffic signals and other roadway infrastructure to provide in-car alerts like red light violation warning. The alerts will give drivers advanced warning of potential hazards or safety concerns so they can slow down or take other precautionary measures. Traffic signals will give priority to connected COTA buses, which will help keep them running on time. Emergency vehicles will also get the green light, allowing them to get through intersections more safely and quickly.

While much of the project is focused on building out the physical aspects of a connected vehicle environment, data generation is just as important. Non-personally-identifiable data is ingested into the Smart Columbus Operating System to serve as a secure resource for traffic studies and other interested smart cities.

If your printer is on and connected to the network, Windows should find it easily. Available printers can include all printers on a network, such as Bluetooth and wireless printers or printers that are plugged into another computer and shared on the network. You might need permission to install some printers.

If you use wireless access points, extenders or multiple wireless routers with separate SSIDs, you'll need to ensure that you're connected to the same network as the printer for your PC to find and install it.

We believe that the St. Johns River is worth protecting. We also believe the best way to protect the river is to teach our neighbors about all the ways their lives are connected to it. Our hope is that, the more they learn, the more they'll fall in love with the St. Johns, and the more they'll want to preserve it for generations to come.

Cool and Connected Partner Communities. Click on the map to enlarge.Cool & Connected is a planning assistance program that helps community members develop strategies and an action plan for using broadband to create walkable, connected, economically vibrant main streets and small-town neighborhoods that improve human health and the environment.

"Harriet Schwartz hasprovided an open door for all who are interested in rediscovering the importanceof teaching as a relational practice. Teaching (in higher education andelsewhere) has always been a difficult task, but changes in technology, studentexpectations, and other aspects has created an even more challengingundertaking. However, the core aspect of teaching has always been in buildingrelationships between the teacher and the student - no matter what additionaltechnological tools are available. Schwartz presents us with new ways to thinkabout connected teaching and the value of understanding relational culturaltheory in the context of 21st century education."

This guide is designed to get you started with effective, easy to use, and accessible tools and strategies to approach program design, reflection, and evaluation from a connected learning perspective.

In the Self module, you'll begin your journey to becoming a purpose-driven, connected leader. You'll start by identifying and reflecting on your individual purpose, exploring the deeply-held beliefs that have led you to this point, and drawing on those beliefs to develop a vision and action plan for the future. As part of this process, you'll create a "life on one page" map connecting your purpose, priorities and vision of potential success. You'll also learn some practical strategies to maximize your time and impact.

In this last module, you'll reflect on where you are on your journey as a purpose-driven, connected leader. You'll look back on the tools that have been most useful to you, and consider how to embed them in your life going forward. You'll consider what has changed - and will continue to evolve - in you; but just as importantly consider the system you want to improve, and how you want to improve it...with humility and curiosity.

This is possible in cases of urgent need if a new or transfer student needs access before the school has sent their next card update. Please email with the student's first name, last name, and student ID number.

Our core programs include Elevate, which creates career-connected learning opportunities for youth; Navigate, which offers a variety of case management services to youth facing significant barriers to success; and Spark, which brings community, education, & industry together through innovation, education, and hands-on learning.

Smart, connected products offer exponentially expanding opportunities for new functionality, far greater reliability, much higher product utilization, and capabilities that cut across and transcend traditional product boundaries. The changing nature of products is also disrupting value chains, forcing companies to rethink and retool nearly everything they do internally.

Smart, connected products raise a new set of strategic choices related to how value is created and captured, how the prodigious amount of new (and sensitive) data they generate is utilized and managed, how relationships with traditional business partners such as channels are redefined, and what role companies should play as industry boundaries are expanded.

Why now? An array of innovations across the technology landscape have converged to make smart, connected products technically and economically feasible. These include breakthroughs in the performance, miniaturization, and energy efficiency of sensors and batteries; highly compact, low-cost computer processing power and data storage, which make it feasible to put computers inside products; cheap connectivity ports and ubiquitous, low-cost wireless connectivity; tools that enable rapid software development; big data analytics; and a new IPv6 internet registration system opening up 340 trillion trillion trillion potential new internet addresses for individual devices, with protocols that support greater security, simplify handoffs as devices move across networks, and allow devices to request addresses autonomously without the need for IT support. 041b061a72


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