The paragraph below is rife with plagiarism. After reading the article (which the paragraph references), rewrite this paragraph–using direct quotes and paraphrasing–so that the plagiarism is fixed
Technology is here to stay and advancing at an ever-increasing speed, and this applies to our public libraries as well. Teresa Stepzinski addresses this is her article that appeared in The Florida Times Union on October 12, 2013 titled, Jacksonville Public Library Soon to Offer Instant Streaming of Movies Music, and More. In this article, Stepzinski quotes Barbara Gubbin, Jacksonville Library Director, who states, Customers want information to be available to them anytime, anywhere and in a format they can access easily. Its important to us that we stay current with the technology our customers most want to use. The items available will range from entertainment to educational, instructional, and documentaries. National Geographic will be featured as well as PBS and Billboards Top 100. With the ever-increasing advancement of technology, the library has to meet the demands of its customers. These items will be able to be downloaded to smartphones, tablets, and computers. Games will be even more readily accessible with the ability to download them from the library website. Gubbins comment about staying current with technology speaks volumes. The library is a place of learning, and it must keep up with technology if it hopes to continue to be.