NLA Info: $400 Million for Libraries
Sallie J Garrett
sjgarret at leo.vsla.edu
Wed Jun 25 13:15:03 EDT 1997
> I wonder if any NLA members are actively working on helping adult
> learners get access to computers through libraries and other community
> computing centers, and if so, what policies are helping or impeding their
> efforts. David J. Rosen]
I am a supervisor for an adult literacy program which is
located in the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, VA.
We have an electric village at the main branch and internet
access at the four rural branches. I also have tutoring sites at
each branch with computer assisted instruction. I have found the
library very helpful in providing basic computer classes and internet
classes for my adults as well as the general public.
Our home page address is
The HELP Literacy Program has its own icon and reference page.
I can be emailed from the home under personnel.
Highlands Educational Literacy Program
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