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Myths About the Digital Divide
Jessamyn West Without a Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide librarian.net jessamyn.com
34% Americans with no broadband at home
21% Americans with no internet at home
"One in 10 non-users say they would like to start using the internet in the future."
competing messages The internet makes you more productive! 23%
competing messages The internet is not secure 18%
The library is a public space with computers, broadband access & staff.
Multiple divides 1. Economic divide 2. Usability divide 3. Empowerment divide
who cares? Please get online! Thank you.
Why Does it Matter?
"The older generation will die and then we'll be set."
"The kids today, they're all born digital"
"Old statistics are out of date, change is rapid."
"As cell phones and smartphones get ubiquitous, people will learn technology."
"People don't want to learn technology. Why is it our problem?"
some good news
People find a way
Free to All
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