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Libraries’ role in open government to be explored

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Public libraries have always helped patrons find information about local government programs and services. But as more government programs and services have moved online, they’ve been providing more of this type of assistance than ever before. Last week, the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany was awarded a one-year, $90,000 grant to explore public libraries’ role in open government. The idea is to help libraries better understand how to help governments ...

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rjk1915
September 2, 2013
6:46 a.m.

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Much of the public doesn't understand what libraries can do. The catch is that the segment available to teach already knows about it.

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