Opportunities for Bipartisan Tech Policy: Attendee Survey
Thank you for attending Opportunities for Bipartisan Tech Policy! We would appreciate your feedback about the event. This information will remain confidential - shared only within our team and only in the aggregate. Your feedback will help us to continue to organize quality events. Thank you for your participation!
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Organization *
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Title *
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How would you rate your overall experience at this event? *
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What was the most interesting thing you heard or will take away from the event ? *
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Prior to the event, the communication about the event was: *
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Please rate each of the following sessions
For reference, the agenda may be found here: https://nextcenturycities.org/event/bipartisan-tech-2020/
If you did not attend the session,. please select "N/A"
Introduction to Next Century Cities by Member Municipalities *
The Digital Divide, Then and Now with Larry Irving *
NCC's Broadband Advocate Videos (Part I and II) *
Morning Keynote with FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks *
Panel Discussion: Broadband Access Versus Broadband Subscriptions - The Difference and Why It Matters *
How Smart Cities Can Be More Accessible for People With Disabilities with James Thurston *
Student Tech Talk: How Access to Technology Impacts Outcomes for Students *
Panel: Creating Accurate and Reliable Broadband Deployment Data *
NCC Member Impact Story with Aldona Valicenti *
Expanding Broadband Connectivity for African-American Communities in the Rural South with Francine E. Alkisswani, Ph.D. *
Fireside Chat with FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel *
Panel: We're on Our Own for Infrastructure *
Current State of Privacy Regulation and the Issues Facing Policymakers with Benjamin Rossen *
Panel: Platform Regulations - Where Should Congress Start? *
Event feedback
Are there any additional topics you would have liked to be covered?
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Did the event increase your knowledge of or ability to address technology policy? If so, how?
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Was the event successful in identifying opportunities for bipartisan collaboration or next steps around technology policy?
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In terms of striking a bipartisan tone, the event was: *
Too partisan
Balanced
If you did not answer "5 - Balanced," why not?
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Any additional feedback about the event?
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