While we may not have statics similar to Pew International’s report on the typology of public library engagement in America. about library users in Trinidad and Tobago, we do have information about Internet access.
According to the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago’s Digital Divide Survey Report, 70.51% of the population have access to computers; this access could be at their homes, Internet cafés, or libraries. The proportion of households with access to a computer is 70.51%, and the percentage of individuals using the Internet is 80.1%. How should libraries, in particular, public libraries, respond to this data?