American Library Association
2011 Public Library Funding & Technology Access Key Findings
Key findings from the 2010-2011Public Library Funding & Technology Access Study show that U.S. public libraries continue to expand as technology centers for communities, providing essential resources for job-seekers and support for critical e-government services. Conducted by the American Library Association and the Information Policty & Access Center at the University of Maryland, the study provides a “state of the library” report on the technology resources brokered by libraries and the funding that enables free public access to these resources. The study features the most current national and state data available on technology access and funding in U.S. public libraries. The study, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the ALA, can be found online at www.ala.org/plinternetfunding.
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