Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Libraries connect communities three|
|Statement||principal investigators, Denise M. Davis, John Carlo Bertot, Charles R. McClure ; editor, Larra Clark|
|Series||ALA research series, ALA research series|
|LC Classifications||Z674.75.I58 L5355 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||2009031671|
Libraries Connect Communities: Public Library Funding & Technology Access Study assesses public access to computers, the Internet and Internet-related services in U.S. public libraries, and the impact of library funding changes on connectivity, technology deployment and sustainability. The study builds on the longest-running and largest study of Internet connectivity. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Libraries Connect Communities: Public Library Funding and Technology Access Study, by John Carlo Bertot, Charles R. McClure, Denise Davis and Larra Clark (, Hardcover) at the best . Libraries belong to the community and are central to it. They are open to all, and provide essential services to help people and neighborhoods thrive. From internet access and homework help, to storytimes and English as a Second Language programs, libraries offer vital resources to address community needs, and they are a place where the community gathers. Libraries, FY 19 Figure C u. s. public Libraries: ole Community rovider of Free access to Computers and internet 20 Figure C average number of public access internet Workstations, by age and metropolitan status 20 Figure C sufficiency of public access internet Worksta-tions, by metropolitan status 5.
Access to the Internet is frequently a crucial step in the job search process. Further, in a study [Libraries Connect Communities: Public Library Funding and Technology Access Study –], 73% of public libraries reported that they were the only source of free public access to computers and the Internet in their communities. Any and all references to a National Library Symbol do still mean the logo with the book. The laptop image is meant to reflect the use of technology in libraries as outlined in the Libraries Connect Communities 3: Public Library Funding & Technology Author: Ala Library. Many libraries have become front-line institutions in addressing the needs of the homeless. For instance, the Dallas Public Library in launched a Homeless Engagement emphasis. California Center for the Book Initiative Updates: Response to COVID Dear California Library Community, We want to keep you updated. Here are some of the most recent changes, updated as of Ma The Adult Services Symposium (originally scheduled for 3/26 in Sacramento then moved online) is now moving to several hour-long free.
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