eGranary Digital Library
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The eGranary Digital Library - also known as "The Internet in a Box" - provides millions of digital educational resources to institutions lacking adequate Internet access.
Through a process of garnering permissions, copying Web sites, and delivering them to intranet Web servers INSIDE our partner institutions in developing countries and other places around the globe, we deliver millions of multimedia documents that can be instantly accessed by patrons over their local area networks at no cost.
The eGranary is much more than just static information, the digital library contains built-in tools for subscribers to upload and edit local materials as well as create and edit their own websites, which are stored locally.
About the eGranary Digital Library
Take a look at the history and background of the eGranary, view some of our current subscribers and more.
How It Works
Learn what the eGranary appliance looks like, see how it's produced and distributed, review our policies and guidelines, and get answers to frequently asked questions.
What's Inside the eGranary
You'll find more than 30 MILLION documents, each of them fully indexed and searchable using our powerful, built-in search engine.
Purchase an eGranary Digital Library
Ready to order an eGranary for your organization? The purchase process starts here with information about products and pricing, shipping options, payment methods and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Includes answers to common inquiries WiderNet receives about purchasing, receiving (shipping), installing and maintaining the eGranary.
Reach us by e-mail, phone, fax or even visit in person - and meet our staff and executive team.
What our subscribers say...
"eGranary Digital Library has been a great bridge in the digital divide for us at the University of Jos in Nigeria. It has served the purpose of bringing the Internet to our doorsteps... The eGranary holds great promise for developing economies where bandwidth and the cost of Internet access is high."
Dr. Stephen Akintunde, Deputy University Librarian
University of Jos - Jos, Nigeria