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Your Library is Available for Digital Literacy Help

 

The recently opened East Asheville Library is available for your print and online needs. 

Digital Resources at the Library

  • Desktop computers to borrow
  • High speed internet
  • Laptop loaners with hotspots
  • Study rooms with a smart monitor to mirror your computer device
  • Study rooms with external monitor
Digital Literacy Network resources are also available to assist 60+ year old Buncombe County residents.

Contact us today and a member of the Digital Literacy Network can be scheduled to meet with you at any Buncombe County Library. 

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