FCC Library Invites Technology Providers to Demonstrate Their Ware
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TTY: 1-888-835-5322March 1, 2013
FCC LIBRARY INVITES TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURERS
AND SERVICE PROVIDERS
TO SHOWCASE THEIR TABLETS, TELEPHONES
AND eBOOK READERSWashington, D.C. - FCC Library proudly celebrates National Library Week with its Annual Open House
to take place on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. Once again, in partnership with the FCC Technology
Experience Center, the FCC Library will showcase how local, state, federal, and academic libraries use
electronic or digital content to provide 24/7 cyberspace access for a wide array of personal use devices.
The FCC Technology Experience Center, located within the FCC Library, is a communications
technology repository where FCC staff and visitors have hands-on opportunities to preview
communications content and devices. In recognition of National Library Week, there will be library-
specific experiences for accessing content, using devices, and reviewing application solutions. In
addition, there will be an electronic compilation of library websites dedicated to providing free access to
local, state, and federal electronic content.
Manufacturers and vendors are invited to participate in this event. Of particular interest are smart phones,
eBook readers, tablets, technology kiosks and library-specific application solutions. For consideration
and further information contact Lisa Leyser, FCC Library Director, at Lisa.Leyser@fcc.gov or 202-418-
The provision of equipment for display and other exhibited material is strictly voluntary and is not
contingent on and does not imply any expected benefit to the exhibitor. Acceptance of any exhibit by the
FCC does not constitute endorsement of the device, its manufacturer, vendor, or any company offering
such devices. For more news and information about the Federal Communications Commission please
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