Beginning August 2, branches of the Granville County Library System will offer Wi-Fi hotspots for “checkout” for patrons age 18 years and older. Through a grant provided by the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), ten hotspots will be available for checkout for seven days to library card holders in good standing, offering unlimited data usage and connectivity from almost anywhere.
Made possible by the State Library of North Carolina and the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences, the LSTA grant funding will help ensure that all individuals and communities, especially those who may be disadvantaged, have access to information and communication technologies. In most cases, a single hotspot can support up to ten devices simultaneously.
Branches of the Granville County Library System are located in Oxford (Richard H. Thornton Library), Creedmoor (South Branch), Stovall and Berea.
For more information. please contact your local library branch or click here for the Granville County Library System website.