Purchasing, upgrading and maintaining computer equipment is critical to libraries sustaining public access computing in their communities. Find resources to assist in decisions related to buying hardware, peripherals and storage devices and tools for the administration of computer maintenance and upgrades. Learn about discount and donation programs available to libraries.
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Document / Last Modified: 29 July 2013
Create your Upgrade and Maintenance Action Plan using this template complete with recommended steps and linked resources.
News / Last Modified: 11 April 2013
"I’d like to borrow the Internet, please."
Providence Community Library is loaning out the internet. Literally. They have purchased two hotspots from Mobile Beacon. Library patrons can check out the hotspots for up to a week. The hot...
News / Last Modified: 21 March 2013
The Partnership Between FreedomPop and Connect2Compete
Today is the launch of the EveryoneOn campaign, a partnership of Connect2Compete (C2C) and the AdCouncil. EveryoneOn is drawing attention to the 1 in 5 Americans who do not use the internet w...
Document / Last Modified: 27 December 2012
A list of ideas and resources on Upgrade and Maintenance collected from the Rural Library Sustainability workshops, training institutes, and from other discussion areas on WebJunction.
Document / Last Modified: 20 June 2012
You thought about the computer, but did you consider what software packages your library needs? Here are some tips to finding and obtaining software.