Michigan State University

Evidence Based Computer Centers II

Michigan State University plans to continue its work expanding public computer access with its Evidence Based Computer Centers II project, the second BTOP award for the University. The project proposes to partner with Lansing, Mott, and Jackson Community Colleges to upgrade and establish public computer centers, making an additional 2,200 workstations available to the public, nearly double the current number. Students from the university and community colleges who are studying system administration and network management are expected to gain hands-on experience by participating in the installation and upgrading process. The new and upgraded centers will provide online skills training and help users develop job-seeking and job-creating strategies.

Total Award: 
$6,056,819
Reports and Documents
Award Documents

BTOP in Action

Image: Launch attendees review a map of the 104 Alaska OWL libraries. Alaska Department of Education & Early Development

The Alaska Department of Education held a project launch meeting in Anchorage on December 15 and...

btop map logo
digital literacy logo

Connect With Us

RSS facebook flickr twitter YouTube