doi: 10.6017/ital.v29i4.3129

The Middle Mile: The Role of the Public Library in Ensuring Access to Broadband

Marijke Visser, Mary Alice Ball

Abstract


This paper discusses the role of the public library in ensuring access to the broadband communication that is so critical in today’s knowledge-based society. It examines the culture of information in 2010, and then asks what it means if individuals are online or not. The paper also explores current issues surrounding telecommunications and policy, and finally seeks to understand the role of the library in this highly technological, perpetually connected world.

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