Digital Ecology vision must inform the Plan to create sustainable broadband media ecosystems that serve the real needs of communities.
Thanks to leading public interest advocates - here's a draft definition:
Digital Ecology - An interactive, multidisciplinary inquiry of life in an increasingly digitized and technologically mediated environment.
Digital Ecology explores how people interact with, are shaped by, and shape the mechanisms through which we produce, share, receive, archive, and access information, stories, and cultural knowledge.
Digital Ecology is rooted in the belief that a healthy digital ecosystem is community-based, people-centered, and supportive of political, economic, cultural and technological justice.