University of Hawaii System, Access for All

Access for All: Hawaii Statewide Public Computer Centers

The University of Hawaii System, in partnership with the Hawaii State Public Library System, the Hawaii State Department of Education, and the State of Hawaii Executive Branch, proposes to provide 693 new public access broadband-connected computers in over 60 public facilities including every public library and community college and their remote education centers on the six major islands of the state of Hawaii. The project will serve vulnerable populations by increasing capacity and usage at public computer centers, including facilities at community colleges not previously open to non-students and facilities which have experienced long wait times and bandwidth constraints due to increased demand for broadband access.

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$1,949,360
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