How does it work?

The Universal Digital Access service is a point-to-point wireless network riding on the library’s existing fiber. The library will issue devices to card-holding citizens that live in the coverage zone; allowing them to connect to that network and utilize the service.

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1. What is Universal Digital Access?
2. Who is eligible?
3. How do I know if I live in the coverage zone?
4. How does it work?
5. Is Universal Digital Access available at all library branches?
6. Why is the service not available at all Shreve Memorial Library branches?
7. How can I get a Universal Digital Access Kit?
8. Is there a limit to how many Universal Digital Access kits I can check out?
9. Do I need to sign up for Universal Digital Access?
10. How long can I keep the Universal Digital Access Kit?
11. What happens if I don’t return the kit or lose the kit?
12. Who do I contact if I have technical issues with the device?