The People’s Network is a service that meets a persistent need. No matter where you are in the country, you can visit your local library and use a computer for free. If you don’t know how, a librarian can assist you.
This publication draws together 10 stories that illustrate how important it is to be able to do this simple thing – to be able to get online at your library. The stories are from the library staff who see first hand what the People’s Network represents – exploring how this resource of public computers makes such a difference to its users and their wider communities.
As a collection, the stories show how the People’s Network and the libraries that provide it are keeping the UK connected, progressive and with opportunities open to all.
”The findings of this book show, really for the first time since the People’s Network was launched, exactly how its impact
reaches across every part of society and the economy.” Nick Poole, Chief Executive, CILIP
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If you have a People’s Network story to share, contact Lorensbergs at PNstories@lorensbergs.co.uk or via www.twitter.com/lorensbergs #PeoplesNetwork