This is an example of how Net Literacy, one county at a time, has impacted more than 70 Indiana counties by donating more than 3,000 computers to help nonprofits build or expand computer labs.
In August, Net Literacy will donate 216 computers to the Indiana Library Association in support of 23 libraries throughout rural Indiana as the initiative continues. During the next 18 months, Net Literacy plans to donate 1500 additional computers to nonprofits containing Windows 7 operating systems to help nonprofits upgrade computer labs from systems with Windows XP. Microsoft Windows XP Pro will no longer be supported after April, 2014.
By Bob Buttgen [email protected]
Wednesday, June 13, 2012, 12:01am
KENDALLVILLE — The United Way of Noble County has partnered with Net Literacy to distribute 30 computers to a group of nonprofit organizations in Noble County. The Net Literacy program is a nationwide effort that aims to get more computers into settings where they can be used by more people.