Opinion: Libraries are key to Internet access, digital literacy

The California State Library is helping close the digital divide by partnering with the state's vast network of community libraries to offer electronic literacy resources to improve lives, writes Christina Gagnier, CEO of Technology Resources and Internet Literacy, or TRAIL. "We need a national focus to end the remaining digital divide so that the Internet can provide an economic boost to all Americans," she writes in this commentary.

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