The Florida Library Association's Public Relations Committee is pleased to present the results of Florida Library Snapshot Day 2011. On January 25, 2011, libraries of all types across the State of Florida collected statistics, pictures, and stories from users to show what was happening in these libraries on that day.
We couldn't be happier with the results. Look at the diversity in these pictures and stories. From Pensacola to Miami, librarians everywhere told their communities' stories. We heard from small town cooperatives, big city libraries, community colleges, universities, elementary school media centers, and everything in between. It is a powerful snapshot of a fascinating state.
In these challenging economic times, Floridians depend on libraries more than ever before. Public and private libraries across the State of Florida and our nation have faced budget hardships.
Libraries need economic and political support so they can continue to provide patrons, students, and clients with the quality resources and services shown in these pictures! These Florida Library Snapshot Day statistics, pictures, and stories showcase the positive impact that they have on their local communities.
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To find out lots more about how Floridians used their libraries on just one day, click here....