New State Library Program Helps People Get Connected
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Computers and Internet are necessary tools for life in 21st Century America, yet millions of citizens still do not have access. Some people live in remote areas that simply aren’t wired yet, while others who struggle to meet the basic expenses of food and shelter, find Internet and equipment costs out of range. Connect Arizona, a collaboration between the State Library, Common Sense Media, and School Connect, is working to help all Arizonans connect to the information and technology they need to flourish. Connect Arizona includes a statewide map of free public WiFi hotspots, as well as a listing of Arizona internet offers and low-cost computer options. Check out the map and resources at sites.google.com/view/azlibtap/home?authuser=0 or visit to add wi-fi locations to the map!
The project also offers free, one-on-one tech help over the phone through the Arizona Libraries…
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