DEADLINE EXTENDED December 12, 2014 RE: Digital Inclusion Survey
original invitation was sent out September 23, 2014:
encourage all public libraries to participate in the 2014 Digital Inclusion Survey, which is available through November 21, 2014. THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL DECEMBER 12.As community-based digital hubs, public libraries are
critical community assets that facilitate the development and sustainability of
digitally inclusive communities. The survey generates unique and
valuable data that informs policy- and decision-makers about the
essential contributions of libraries in the areas of digital literacy,
economic and workforce development, civic engagement, broadband, and public
access to the Internet.
Inclusion Survey is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library
Services, and conducted by the American Library Association and the Information
Policy & Access Center at the University of Maryland College Park, in
partnership with the International City/County Management Association.
Please contact Susan P. Hoskins with questions about the Digital Inclusion Survey
and Programs Consultant/
State Data Coordinator
West Virginia Library Commission
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, West Virginia 25305
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