REMOTE ACCESS: Distant Libraries of the World

Submitted by Blake on Thu, 02/22/2007 - 19:33

Paul writes "Welcome to Remote Access.ca Camels and donkeys are used in Kenya to bring literature, education and information to people who otherwise would not have access to them.

Children walk more than a mile through the Amazon jungle to reach the only library in the area and farmers in the province of Cajamarca, Peru use their homes to provide space for books and to hold "reading circles"

See it all in the fascinating documentary REMOTE ACCESS: Distant Libraries of the World."