How Libraries Are Essential Broadband Partners in Their Communities

At a time when more students are learning remotely and many office spaces have remained closed, libraries have been instrumental in making sure that community members without home broadband access aren’t left behind.


 

At a time when more students are learning remotely and many office spaces have remained closed, libraries have been instrumental in making sure that community members without home broadband access aren’t left behind.
 

A new Library Journal survey of public libraries across the United States, developed in coordination with Spectrum Enterprise, sought to identify the key challenges and opportunities libraries experience with providing internet and WiFi access to their constituents. 

Download the full paper, sponsored by Spectrum Enterprise.

 

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