How New York's libraries are evolving

Once upon a time, local libraries were a place you went to check out books or find sources for a research paper. Today, libraries look a little different. Queens Library President Dennis Walcott says adapting to the advancements of technology was a key focus in helping bridge the digital divide by offering services such as free Wi-Fi, laptops, take-home tablets, and even hotspot devices that you can borrow to use wherever you please.

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