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Given the limitations of mobile technology (e.g., for tasks like homework) are libraries working to encourage wired as well as wireless internet access in communities where the latter dominates? How are libraries adapting to an environment that requires more licensing agreements? How are libraries working to promote digital literacy in traditionally disadvantaged communities? What are the benefits and risks of open access to Congressional Research Service reports? What are the economic benefits of digital literacy? What are the current business models for e-book lending, and how could they change?