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Title: Evaluation of the Interaction of Context, Process and Outcomes of the Internet Satellite Project


1
Evaluation of the Interaction of Context, Process
and Outcomes of the Internet Satellite Project
Cornelia Butler Flora Director North Central
Regional Center for Rural Development Charles F.
Curtiss Distinguished Professor of
Agriculture Iowa State University cflora_at_iastate.e
du http//www.ncrcrd.iastate.edu
2
Potential impacts of wireless technology for
excluded communities
Human Capital
  • Social Capital

Healthy ecosystem Vital economy Social equity
Financial/Built Capital
Natural Capital
3
Excluded Communities
Communities that by reason of location, culture,
race, or social class do not participate in the
institutional goods and services from market,
state and civil society that are accessed by
the majority of U.S. citizens.
4
  • Outcomes
  • Human
  • Social
  • Natural
  • Financial

Processes
  • Community
  • Context and
  • Assets
  • Human
  • Social
  • Natural
  • Financial

Community Tap
5
Human Capital
  • Education and skills
  • Intellectual capacity
  • Creativity
  • Values
  • Leadership

6
Social Capital
  • mutual trust
  • reciprocity
  • groups
  • collective identity
  • sense of shared future
  • working together

7
Natural Capital
  • Air
  • Water
  • Soil
  • Biodiversity
  • Landscape

8
Financial Capital
  • Tax savings
  • mortgage interest rate reduction
  • property tax deduction
  • State and federal tax monies
  • Regulatory exemption
  • Grants
  • Contracts
  • Gifts
  • Investments
  • Reallocation

9
Built capital
  • Housing
  • Factories, laboratories, warehouses, service
    centers
  • Computers -- hardware and software
  • Broad band access
  • Roads
  • Buses, trains, automobiles, and SUVs
  • Parking lots
  • Sewage and water systems

10
Elements of Participation
  • Involve Diverse Perspectives
  • Participatory Contract
  • Systematic Learning
  • Context Specificity
  • Group Inquiry
  • Facilitating External Agents
  • Sustained Learning and Action
  • Attention to Outcomes
  • Monitoring
  • Evaluation

11
Community Outcomes
  • Increased use of the skills and abilities of
    local people
  • Increased networks and communication
  • Increased initiative, responsibility and
    innovation
  • Health ecosystems with multiple community
    benefits
  • Appropriately diverse and vital economies

12
Increased use of the knowledge, skills, and
abilities offaculty, staff, students and
community partners
  • Identify capacities
  • Enhance capacities
  • Recombine capacities

13
Strengthened relationships and communication
  • Increased interactions among unlikely groups
  • Increased interactions with unlikely groups
  • Increased availability of information and
    knowledge

14
Increased flexibility, innovation and adaptation
  • Shared vision
  • Building first on internal resources
  • Looking for alternative ways to respond to
    constant changes
  • Utilizing diversity
  • Loss of the victim mentality

15
Sustainable, healthy ecosystems with multiple
community benefits
  • human communities plan and act in concert with
    natural systems
  • ecosystems are used for multiple community
    benefits
  • those with alternative uses of the ecosystem seek
    common ground

16
Appropriately diverse and healthy economy
  • Reduced poverty
  • Increased business efficiency
  • Increased business diversity
  • Increased local resident assets (wealth)

17
Participatory monitoring and evaluation
  • Select communities willing to choose appropriate
    local indicators and gather local data.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in the area to
    provide technical support
  • Regular feedback
  • Transparency of process
  • Close connection with the technology assessment
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