Lethbridge Public Library launches 'Internet on the Go' program – Lethbridge News Now

File photo of the Main Branch of the Lethbridge Public Library (Lethbridge News Now)

By Justin Goulet

Mar 1, 2021 9:59 AM

LETHBRIDGE, AB – The Lethbridge Public Library has a new service that will allow you to access the Internet wherever you are.

The Internet on the Go service launches today, March 1. It’s a way for community members to borrow Chromebooks and/or MiFi hotspot devices from the library in order to access the Internet on their own schedule, in their own homes.

“Bridging the digital divide is core to Lethbridge Public Library’s role,” said Madeline Gormley, Manager of Information Services.

“Online access today is more essential than ever in our community, particularly as we work to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. This service offers critical tools for those who may not have Internet access to participate in community life, connect with friends and family, and access information and services.”


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