Georgia’s public libraries are bridging the technology gap and giving Georgians opportunities at success they might not have otherwise.
Libraries are meeting the technology needs of Georgians and giving them the ability to apply for jobs and retirement benefits, get help with homework and even learn how to build a robot!
Public libraries across Georgia play an essential role in providing internet access, especially in rural and underserved areas that lack basic connectivity. This has been especially evident during times of distance learning and business shutdowns, when people needed to access public Wi-Fi to complete work.
Georgia’s public libraries provide a variety of technology-related services, programs, projects and educational resources that both libraries and the community at large can use.
Keep reading to learn about technology in Georgia’s public libraries.