Documentary Reports from
the 2016 Meeting of the Internet
Governance Forum of the United States
The Internet Governance Forum-USA is a preliminary preparation event for the Global Internet Governance Forum processes facilitated by the United Nations. IGF-USA is a multistakeholder gathering for members of civil society, businesses, government, academia and the technology sector who meet to illuminate key issues, share concerns and best practices and cultivate constructive relationships to work toward a better future. The IGF-USA Steering Committee will present a report from this meeting at the Global IGF 2016 in December, in Guadalajara, Mexico. A multimedia journalism team of students from Elon University assembled this IGF-USA coverage.
Full written accounts with video and photos can be found at the following links:
The multimedia reporting team for Imagining the Internet at IGF-USA 2016 included the following Elon University School of Communications students, staff and faculty:
Bryan Anderson, Janna Anderson, Bryan Baker, Elizabeth Bilka, Ashley Bohle, Courtney Campbell, Colin Donohue, Melissa Douglas, Mackenzie Dunn, Maya Eaglin, Christina Elias, Rachel Ellis, Caroline Hartshorn, Paul LeBlanc, Emmanuel Morgan, Joey Nappa, Diego Pineda Davila, Alyssa Potter, Kailey Tracy, Andrew Steinitz, Anna Zwingelberg. Special thank-you to Elon University School of Communications National Advisory Board Member Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Research Internet, Science and Technology Project.