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Digital Inclusion Week

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Digital Inclusion Week is an annual campaign to bring attention to the need for digital inclusion and equity in our communities. The library is committed to helping bridge the digital divide by providing resources and access to technology year-round. We provide internet access and computers for public use at all 73 library locations, lend a variety of technology items through our Tech2go program, and offer classes for all age groups and skill levels.


Technology at the Library

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Computer and Internet Access

957 computer workstations connected to the internet. The more than 7 million sessions recorded is evidence of the need for access in our communities.


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One-on-One Tech Assistance

Cybernauts provide computer assistance and training, whether it is to troubleshoot a problem, help you use our digital resources, or figure out your new device.


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Mobile Hotspots

Part of Tech2go, this program provides internet access to families that lack this necessary service at home. Devices are small and portable and available to all ages at no cost for a 6-week period.


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iPad Minis

Check out iPad Minis preloaded with library-recommended apps categorized by themes. Part of our Tech2go program, iPads are available at selected locations.


text that reads you can request a hotspot for your student through the Angeleno Connectivity Trust


Digital Inclusion Week is a nationwide effort to bring awareness of the digital inequities present in our society. Throughout the week of October 4-8, 2021, organizations across the nation will participate in offering programs and events that highlight digital inclusion needs and work to bring awareness of our digital divide.

Questions? Contact Edwin Rodarte at erodarte@lapl.org or (213) 228-7384.

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