Monthly Archives: October 2015

Missouri Public Libraries: An argument with data and graphs. Part 2

Locally Sourced Libraries and State Funding Issues In my last post, part 1 of the Missouri Public Library: An argument with data and graphs series, I tried to show through library coverage areas and usage how much Missourians, especially children, … Continue reading

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Missouri Public Libraries: An argument with data and graphs. Part 1

Why Libraries are Important and Relevant in Missouri Today Libraries and librarians are very good at telling the personal, anecdotal stories about why libraries are important. ┬áBut the reality is that when it comes to legislative fiscal support, it’s all … Continue reading

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