Digital Inclusion Survey

2014 Digital Inclusion Survey Results and Reports Released

Thursday, October 15, 2015
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 barriers to digital readiness.

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 barriers to digital readiness.

2014 Digital Inclusion Survey Results Published
2014 Digital Inclusion Survey Results Published

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.

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