Tag Archives: Digital divide

Barriers to Government Services

For most people who are comfortable using a computer, the shift to accessing government services online can actually be a convenience. You can update your resume on USAjobs or change your address on your driver’s license at 10 pm in … Continue reading

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Digital Inequality Is Still Alive And Well

I recently saw a comment that the Digital Divide is not just about hardware or physical access to the Internet. I found myself wholeheartedly agreeing with that statement. Those of us on the front line, dealing with patrons and computers … Continue reading

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The Reality of the Digital Divide

I was at a party a couple of weeks ago where we started discussing how much information has gone digital and the number of things these days that have to be done online. I mentioned my concerns, based on library … Continue reading

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The Digital Divide

Every time I hear how we are moving to a completely digital world where actual print books will be obsolete, it generates two major concerns for me. One is what happens to all of the print material that never gets … Continue reading

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