Expectations are running high with the american public. We want more from our libraries and we use them for increasingly different reasons.
Since last year's Pew survey there has been a 13 point increase in the
Number of Americans who think libraries can help them find information that they can trust.
The findings in this report are encouraging, both for librarians who work daily in our communities and for the american public who are realising the relevance and essential nature of their library resource. The statistics for young adult readers are especially exciting for our new generation of Library and Information Professionals.
ScrnGrbCrd: pewinternet | npr.org