After-school activities in which children and youths use software that provides academic enrichment and assistance with homework, develop their technical skills, explore the Internet, and participate in multimedia activities, including web page design and creation.
(B) Adult education and family literacy activities through technology and the Internet, including—
General Education Development, Language Instruction Educational Programs, and adult basic education classes or programs;
introduction to computers;
intergenerational activities; and
educational development opportunities.
Activities that provide home access to computers and technology, such as assistance and services to promote the acquisition, installation, and use of information technology in the home through low-cost solutions such as networked computers, web-based television devices, and other technology.