Tuesday, January 01, 2013
New Version of the Mobile Library
The Pew Research Center "Mobile Connections to Libraries" reports that 13% of Americans have accessed library websites via mobile device in the last year. This might be considered the modern version of the bookmobile. But mobile access is still less than the 27% of people who visited a library in person at least once a month in person. The report released 31 December 2012 is by Lee Rainie, Kathryn Zickuhr and Maeve Duggan and is 12 pages (1Mbyte).
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