Infographics: American Public Libraries and Community Internet Access
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has made this collection of infographic files available that help to depict the public library story of providing community internet access.
These files are available for use by public libraries, but prior to downloading or using the files, please review the conditions for use:
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The infographic files are available in many different versions, from the complete full-page all the way down to the individual graphics for each statistic that was used.
All are attached above:
- Full Page Infographic (Large format - 11 x 17 PDF)
- Full Page (8.5 x 11 PDF) Color
- Full Page (8.5 x 11 PDF) Black and White
- Section 1 - Overview
- Section 2 - Why is library funding critical?
- Section 3 - What do people do on the internet?
- Section 4 - What can funding help improve?
- Statistic 1
- Statistic 2
- Statistic 3
- Statistic 4
- Statistic 5
- Statistic 6
- Statistic 7
- Statistic 8
- Statistic 9
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