Canada: Expect Toronto’s Newest Library Bookmobile to be Packed with Technology as Well as Books
From the CBC:
The city’s Library Board will be updated on Tuesday about the state of a new bookmobile that will be hitting the streets later this year.
Right now there are two bookmobiles that visit apartment buildings, community centres, and even shelters in areas of Toronto where there isn’t easy access to a library branch. The new $300,000 bookmobile will serve as a replacement vehicle and for the first time, it will be equipped with free Wi-Fi, large computer screens and tablets.
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