FOLLOWING a successful bid, a team at Cambridgeshire County Council has been awarded funding from the European Commission for a project to share digital knowledge.
The project called E-COOP will work alongside European partners to share knowledge and experience to help improve Internet access for local communities.
Cambridgeshire County Council will share the successes of their Community Access Points (CAPs) that have been developed alongside the Cambridgeshire Community Network broadband roll out (which is now called CPSN).
Cllr David Harty, Cambridgeshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Learning said “The success of the funding award is great news for our continuing work to make the digital world more accessible for all our residents. We look forward to learning more from the partners within the project and putting it to good use in Cambridgeshire.”