Public Library Partners

Montana Public Library Partners with internet and adaptive services

The following 43 Montana public libraries now have expanded broadband width capacity for internet services, adaptable opac computers for access by Montana residents with disabilities, and trained staff on the use of these products.  This was made possible through a Broadband Technology Opportunity Project (BTOP) grant from 2010 to 2013.

Belt Public Library

Bicentennial Library (Colstrip)

Big Sandy Branch Library

Billings Public Library (Billings)  (formerly Parmly Billings Library)

Billings Public Library/MSU-B College of Technology (formerly Parmly Billings Library)

Bozeman Public Library

Bridger Public Library

Broadwater School and Community Library (Townsend)

Browning Branch Library

Butte Silver Bow Public Library

Carnegie Public Library (Big Timber)

Chouteau County Library (Fort Benton)

Conrad Public Library

Darby Community Public Library

Fairfield Public Library

Flathead County Library (Kalispell)

Geraldine Branch Library

Glacier County Library (Cut Bank)

Glasgow City-County Library

Great Falls Public Library

Hearst Free Library (Anaconda)

Highwood School and Community Library

Judith Basin County Free Library (Stanford)

Laurel Public Library

Lewis & Clark Library (Helena Main Branch)

Liberty County Library (Chester)

Lincoln County Public Libraries (Eureka)

Lincoln County Public Libraries (Libby)

Lincoln County Public Libraries (Troy)

Livingston-Park County Public Library

Miles City Public Library

Missoula Public Library

North Valley Public Library (Stevensville)

Phillips County Library (Malta)

Preston Hot Springs Town/County Library (Hot Springs)

North Lake County Library

Red Lodge Carnegie Library

Ronan City Library

Rosebud County Library (Forsyth)

Sheridan County Library (Plentywood)

Sidney-Richland County Library

Thompson-Hickman County Library (Virginia City)

As of 5/2013

No Story Should Go Untold

No Story Should Go Untold

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