2011 Media Mentions

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2011

Tulsa World: Tulsa City-County Library beefs up e-book collection

Huffington Post: Why libraries matter

Huffington Post: Library budget cuts threaten community services across country

Chicago Tribune: Cut libraries? Shush!

Stephen's Lighthouse: Libraries and employment programs

Parade: The little library that could

New York Times: Kindle connects to library e-books

Huffington Post: Thinking outside the sandbox on avoiding the summer slide

Huffington Post: Library technology: Helping job-seekers

Christian Science Monitor: Public libraries fight to stay relevant in digital age

Fast Company: As wi-fi havens and e-book centers, public libraries aren't going away soon

Government Technology: E-books and wi-fi up, open hours down at public libraries

ReadWriteWeb: Is this tipping point for e-books and libraries?

American City & County: Study: Despite high public demand, budget cuts limit library access

Benton Foundation: E-books and wi-fi up, open hours down at public libraries

Stephen's Lighthouse: New "Libraries Connect Communities"

No Shelf Required: 67% of public libraries offer e-books, up 12% - ALA study

Miami Herald: Don't close the books on libraries

McClatchy Newspapers: Book bind: Public libraries feel strain of budget cuts

New York Times: Publisher limits shelve life for library e-books

Chicago Tribune: Libraries teach digital literacy in this digital age

NACO County News: County libraries see benefits in lending e-readers

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