- Every PCC will expand and upgrade internet terminals available to the public. This new equipment will be provided at not cost to PCCs.
- Each PCC will participate in a technology assessment that will evaluate their technological needs and service options. These assessments will be provided at no cost to PCCs.
- Each PCC will host at least one workshop in partnership with Auburn University, focusing on introducing adults to online resources that can help the unemployed and under-employed.
- Selected PCC’s may be requested to host grand opening events and/or press conferences to help promoted the project.
- Staff at each PCC will participate in regional workshops, webinars, and technology courses on how to maintain their public computer centers. These training opportunities will be provided at no cost to PCCs.
- Each PCC will display a BTOP project participating sign.
- As an element in the quarterly reports due for all Public Computer Center BTOP grants, each participating library will provide data reflecting pubic computer center use during each month.
- Staff an each PCC will track and report the amount of time they spend on the public computing.