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Libraries: Changing Lives North Ayrshire Libraries
Libraries: Changing Lives A continuing agent for change Enhanced information Resources Enabling access
Libraries: Changing Lives Identify non-participants Identify barriers
Libraries: Changing Lives Lack of awareness Lack of motivation Lack of skills Lack of confidence
Libraries: Changing Lives Training Informal approach Needs led
Libraries: Changing Lives Computer Buddies: One to One tuition provided by volunteers Group sessions: 6 week course for maximum of 6 people provided by library staff
Libraries: Changing Lives Accessibility Hardware Software
Libraries: Changing Lives The benefits Students Volunteers
Libraries: Changing Lives The Evidence - comments from students and volunteers
Libraries: Changing Lives The Future Continuous development and consultation
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