4.1  |  The library places information about library technology and/or digital inclusion in local media outlets at least quarterly (e.g., news or feature story, blog post, radio or TV interview)


Libraries need to keep their communities informed about the resources and services they offer to improve digital inclusion for residents. Placing information about the library's digital inclusion programs in local media quarterly helps to ensure that people who aren't connected to their library or the Internet know about services the library offers. Libraries can also use quarterly placement of information in the media to raise awareness about the digital divide and the library's role in improving access for community members.


FOR THE ASSESSMENT
Answer Yes if information about library technology or digital inclusion that you have provided has appeared at least quarterly in the local media over the past year.
Answer No, but plan to in the next year if you intend to place information about library technology or digital inclusion in local media at least quarterly in the next year.
Answer No, would like to but cannot at this time if you are unable to place information about library technology or digital inclusion in local media at the rate of at least one every 3 months.
Answer No, we have no plans to do so at this time if you not intend to have information about library technology or digital inclusion placed in local media outreach at least every quarter.