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a) The authors suggest that it is critical for every citizen to master computer and internet skills, that such mastery supports the economic growth of the country, and that every citizen should be guaranteed inclusion in the “digital economy.”

U.S. Department of Commerce.  Economics and Statistics Administration. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (2000). Falling through the net: toward digital inclusion.


b) (…) types of services and materials that public libraries should provide, (including development of information and computer literacy skills) and note that “people in prison” are included in the list of user groups who should still be served (…).

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (1994).

UNESCO Public Library Manifesto. (This document is also available in other languages)

c) Chatman studied the social factors of life in a women’s prison and offers conclusions about how prison culture influences prisoners’ views of information. She describes a number of observations that could help a correctional librarian meet the needs of her patrons (…) in order for something to be true, in prison, it must be validated by the social norms of the small world, rather than the outside world.

Chatman, Elfreda (1999). A Theory of Life in the Round. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 50, p. 207.


d) Council of Europe  _

European Prison Rules (

The rules address the topics of communication with the outside world, education, and library services but do not specifically allow or prohibit internet access.


e) Vocational education and training for adult prisoners and offenders in Australia: Research findings (2007). Edited by Susan Dawe. _

The book summarizes research on vocational education training in Australia’s prison system. According to the book, “structured access to the internet” is allowed for prisoners enrolled through distance education in tertiary studies (p. 131). This program is supported in part by funding called User Choice, provided by the Dept. of Education.


f) Bloggers desde prisión _

The entries on this blog are written (in spanish) by inmates at the Juvenile Detention Facility in Barcelona. This project was made possible by Lola Burgos, the librarian at the Penitentiary Centre, and Aída García, and Jorge Franganillo, faculty of Library and Information Science at the University of Barcelona.




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