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2009-2010 Public Library Funding & Technology Access Survey: Survey Findings & Report (Full Report)

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2010-2011 Public Library Funding and Technology Access Survey: Survey Findings and Results

2011-2012 Public Library Funding and Technology Access Survey: Executive Summary

2011-2012 Public Library Funding and Technology Access Survey: Survey Findings and Results

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01 Jan 2017

UMD Disability Summit — Friday, April 21, 2017

The 2017 UMD Disability Summit will be held from 9-4 on Friday April 21, 2017 in the Stamp Student Union Colony Ballroom and Charles Carroll Room. The UMD Disability Summit promotes dialogue and collaboration between people conducting research, teaching courses, and offering programs related to disability issues in different fields. The Summit will feature presentations, posters, and technology displays, as well as the presentation of disability service awards by the President’s Commission on Disability Issues.   Visit the event website for more information. 

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13 Jun 2016

2016 Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Library and Information Science

Registration for the 2016 Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Library and Information Science (CIDLIS) is now open at: http://go.umd.edu/CIDLIS2016 CIDLIS 2016 will be at the University of Maryland on October 20 and 21. The pre-conference workshops will be the evening of October 20, and the full day conference will be October 21. As always, attendance CIDLIS is free and so is the food. Along with the ability to register, on the site you can also submit a proposal to present a paper or a poster at the conference. CIDLIS is the one annual event at which practitioners, educators, and...

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01 Dec 2015

National Interactive Public Library Digital Inclusion Map Re-Launched

Want to know what your library's community really looks like? Want to show how your library helps build digitally inclusive communities? Our Digital Inclusion data visualization tool maps all public libraries using the FY2013 Public Library Survey data file released by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for library locations, names, and other library demographic data. The tool overlays Census data (demographic, economic, health, and education) from the American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year dataset (2009-2013). The map also includes selected 2013 and 2014 Digital Inclusion...

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15 Oct 2015

2014 Digital Inclusion Survey Results and Reports Released

  2014 Digital Inclusion Survey Reports Released Public libraries provide access to broadband, WiFi, and a range of public access technologies. By providing free and equitable access to Internet-enabled technology, public libraries help ensure that a lack of basic or more advanced technology skills is not a barrier to individual economic, learning, or other success. By offering training in how to use computers, the Internet, emerging technologies such as 3D printers, and various forms of software, librarians help individuals build technology competencies and capacities that transcend...

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