DPI (Department of Public Instruction) is committed to improving digital equity in the state of Wisconsin. They’re collecting data about internet speeds across the state this year and they need your help!
What can you do:
Visit M-Lab Speed Test to collect data on the speed of your home internet. Test it more than once and at different times for a more complete picture. You can help make Wisconsin’s Internet better with just three clicks.
What they’re doing:
DPI (Department of Public Instruction) is collaborating with Measurement Lab (M-Lab) to collect data on internet connection speeds across Wisconsin. DPI will use M-Lab’s internet speed test data to create detailed reports and to provide maps of internet speeds across the state.
Why they’re doing it:
The data will give the Governor’s Task Force on Broadband Access (and other broadband task groups) the information they need to target improvements where internet speeds and performance are poor.
January 31st, 2021 | Comments Off on Test your internet!
The George Culver Community Library is re-opening on Monday, January 18.
Some restrictions will remain in place due to the pandemic. Here’s some of what you’ll see in the library when we re-open.
The Library will be open for regular hours with limited services.
Contactless Curbside Service will continue to be available during our regular hours.
No meetings by outside organizations will be scheduled.
The number of patrons circulating in the building at one time will be limited to 20. (Those using study rooms will not be in this count.) We will post a sign on the doors when we reach capacity and lock the entrance.
Children must be at least 12 years old to stay in the library without an adult.
Other than study room users, patrons may not stay in the library longer than an hour.
Some furnishings are stored to encourage proper social distancing.
A maximum of two people from different households will be allowed in each study room.
The children’s play/seating area will be closed to encourage social distancing.
Patrons are required to wear masks in the building. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided. Those who are unable to wear masks may use our curbside pick-up service.
The Library will post advisory signs about wearing masks and hygiene practices.
There will be protective barriers around the service desk.
January 14th, 2021 | Comments Off on Pandemic Guidelines