Birmingham, Alabama — If you live in a state with an increasing number of public libraries, you know the frustration of finding a place that can’t keep up with demand.
The Alabama Library Board has announced that it will be offering free WiFi to all patrons at all libraries in the state.
While it sounds like a great idea, it’s actually not all that new.
“Our libraries have been serving patrons in the past with the goal of maintaining a strong online library environment,” said Johnson County Library Board President Chris L. Lott.
“The technology we’ve seen is so powerful that we believe it will ultimately serve to enhance the quality of our patrons experience at our libraries.”
Lott explained that this is not a new initiative.
He said he first noticed the need for a free WiFi network during the 2016 election when some libraries in other states began to provide free wifi in exchange for their patrons.
Lattows own library is the first to provide wifi at all locations, but others are expected to follow suit as they develop their own plans.
The ALABAMA LIBRARY BOARD has announced it will provide free WiFi for patrons at its library sites in Birmingham, Baldwin, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, and Tuscola counties.
It is a new program and it’s only available to patrons at the libraries.
Currently, ALABamers libraries are limited to one-way connections to the internet.
There is no limit to the number of patrons that can use the WiFi network at a time.
LLLB will be expanding the network over the next few months and will add new libraries in Montgomery, Baldwin and Montgomery counties in order to expand the free WiFi access.
If you’re looking for a way to get online, you can still find your way to a free online library in Alabama.
Check out the ALABAMERAS Free WiFi Program.
There are some limitations with the ALB library wifi program, including the fact that ALB patrons have to register for the service, which is currently free.
However, Lott said the libraries will be adding more locations to the free wifi network to accommodate more patrons.
As for what you can do with the free wi-fi?
Lott noted that ALABans library patrons have a wide range of interests, and the free network offers a wide variety of resources.
ALB libraries will offer free wifi at their locations to provide a service that can be accessed by the public, including a library card, a smartphone, and internet-connected printers.
While the ALBs wifi plan is free, you’ll have to purchase a library pass.
Lllb will also provide free Wi-Fi at the ALT-Lloyd Library and the ALW-Loyola Library, which Llls libraries both have.
Other AL libraries in Alabama will also be offering a free wifi service for patrons.
The ALB libraries in Alabaster, Mobile, Tullahoma, Shelby, Jefferson, Troup, and Jefferson counties will also have free wifi.
It should be noted that some libraries will only be offering the wifi for a limited number of hours a day.
The Library of the Arts in Mobile will only have wifi for an hour a day and is not available to the public.
LLLB has also announced that ALA libraries in Madison, Birmingham, and Birmingham, Birmingham County will be extending their free wifi to all libraries throughout the state, as well.
Additionally, Lllbs libraries in Birmingham will be providing free wifi for patrons in each of the county libraries.
The ALB Libraries, like many other state libraries, is also trying to encourage new technology.
The libraries are working to develop their digital infrastructure, which will be able to handle a wider range of digital content.
Although the libraries are still in the process of developing the digital infrastructure they plan to offer, LLLBs goal is to provide access to technology and content in a way that is accessible to a broad range of users, and is affordable.
Free wifi is only available at ALB librarians and libraries in Baldwin, Mobile and Tuscalta counties, but the libraries in Troup and Jefferson will also start offering free wifi on an as-needed basis.