Discover three ways that libraries and the communities that gather around them are overcoming barriers and advancing technology through innovation.
Public-access devices are an essential service for many library patrons. Your best options will consider hardware, security, and software licensing.
Learn about cybersecurity threats, the specific vulnerabilities affecting libraries, and how you can protect your organization from attacks.
Libraries will now access TechSoup Microsoft products through its academic offers. This will give them more licensing options at a slightly higher cost.
Patrons share a lot of information with libraries. Here are a few starting points to consider about keeping their information private and secure.
For organizations such as libraries and heritage organizations, Zoom has made it possible to reach audiences that were totally inaccessible previously.
In July’s newsbytes you will find more about the emergency connectivity fund reimbursements, the national e-book collaboration, human libraries, and more!
Read about Amazon's deal to make e-books and audiobooks available to U.S. libraries, the new cybercrime just for libraries, and more, in our June newsbites!
Jim Lynch of TechSoup for Libraries is retiring. Read his insights and musings about dramatic changes in recent years and other major figures in library tech.
Read May's newsbytes on how to reach out to young patrons on TikTok, how libraries have done during the pandemic, how to encrypt your hard drive, and more!
Discover April’s newsbytes on funding for libraries in the ARPA, free Microsoft digital skills courses available through the end of 2021, and many more!
Coding bootcamps allow people to start a career in coding, software, web development. If your patrons are interested in a coding scholarship, read more here!
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