Boys & Girls Clubs’ Website for Kids Seeks to Bridge Digital Divide

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Boys & Girls Clubs’ Website for Kids Seeks to Bridge Digital Divide

By Stell Simonton
The activities offered on MyFuture.net include computer coding, digital literacy lessons, media-making and music. Photos courtesy of Boys & Girls Clubs of America

The activities offered on MyFuture.net include computer coding, digital literacy lessons, media-making and music. Photos courtesy of Boys & Girls Clubs of America

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Since September, Boys & Girls Club members can access the new site MyFuture.net site from anywhere on a computer, smartphone or tablet, can share their media projects and “like” others’ projects. Activities on the site are integrated into club activities; kids can earn digital badges. Using the site allows kids to gain digital skills and interact with others.

MyFuture was produced in a partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal.

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