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Partnering to Remove Barriers and Increase Access

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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is dedicated to providing equal access to all people in the community.  Strategic priorities and partnerships support access to library resources to students and those who are in economically challenging circumstances.  Library services and resources are essential to...

On Beatties Ford Road, a Librarian Teaches Digital Literacy in Vietnamese

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/beatties-ford-road-librarian-teaches-digital-literacy-vietnamese
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers free technology tutoring in many forms. Digital Charlotte wrote an article about one such effort called "On Beatties Ford Road, a Librarian Teaches Digital Literacy in Vietnamese." The story highlights the efforts of Cam Tu Diep, a Librarian with Charlotte...

Digital inclusion gives all children a chance to be curious

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/digital-inclusion-gives-all-children-chance-be-curious
By Frank Blair, Director of Technology & Operations, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. Blair co-wrote “Give all kids a chance to be curious,” which appeared in The Charlotte Observer on Oct. 22, 2015, and highlights the importance of digital inclusion. The co-author of the piece was Valerie...

University City seniors get digital

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/university-city-seniors-get-digital
As part of the Library's DigiLit Community: Let's Get Digital program, seniors in the University Area were able to gain skills to build digital literacy without leaving the comfort of their community. Throughout the 6 classes offered in this program, seniors have access to hands-on learning in the...

In Depth: Bridging the digital divide with Digital Inclusion Fellow Margo Scurry

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/depth-bridging-digital-divide-digital-inclusion-fellow-margo-scurry
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is trying to address digital inequity in Mecklenburg County. Time Warner Cable News anchor Rob Boisvert spoke with Digital Inclusion Fellow Margo Scurry on the program In Depth about the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's efforts, and why it takes teamwork to reach people...

University City takes on digital inclusion

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/university-city-takes-digital-inclusion
University City seniors get digital with a mobile course As part of the Library's DigiLit Community: Let's Get Digital program, seniors in the University Area were able to gain skills to build digital literacy without leaving the comfort of their community. Throughout the 6 classes offered in...

Fighting fake news: information literacy in the 21st century

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/fighting-fake-news-information-literacy-21st-century
In the age of online news, it can be increasingly difficult to separate facts from opinions or misinformation, and “fake news” can be very convincing. In December of 2016, director of libraries David Singleton sat down with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation to explain how libraries can...