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30 Things Librarians Love

30 Things Librarians Love Check out the cool stickers I just put on my book cart! Advertisements

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Younger Americans’ Library Habits and Expectations (Ages 16-30)

Once again, PEW (The Pew Internet & American Life Project) has published results of a study related to Public Libraries and Youth, this time focused on the age group of under-30 patrons. Some of their findings were a pleasant surprise! … Continue reading

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Parents, Children, Libraries and Reading

Parents, Children, Libraries and Reading The vast majority of parents of minor children — children younger than 18 — feel libraries are very important for their children. That attachment carries over into parents’ own higher-than-average use of a wide range … Continue reading

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eBook Availability at Libraries

Making eBooks available to general users poses a new and intricate problem for public librarians. Libraries must manage changing acquisition and ownership models, and provide those resources to a variety of public users. In the changing digital environment, libraries must … Continue reading

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