There is a new tool that will help people in Missouri connect to more resources in their community. The online tool is called a digital asset map and its main purpose is to serve communities in Missouri with better broadband resources. These resources will be accessible to folks to support their ability to connect to high-speed internet when they can’t get it. The University of Missouri has been working hard for the past four to five months to get the tool up and going. Deputy Chief Engagement Officer at the University of Missouri Alison Copeland says broadband resources are tools that help people.

This tool helps out many people who are underserved

To find out more information on the map you can go to