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survey of patrons of Illinois public libraries supplemental annual report no. 1, 1985 / Herbert Goldhor. The Dunn report revisited ; An index of quality of Illinois public library service, 1985 / Loriene Roy. by Herbert Goldhor

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Published by Illinois State Library in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Library surveys -- Illinois.,
  • Public libraries -- Illinois -- Use studies.,
  • Public libraries -- Illinois -- Finance.,
  • Public libraries -- Illinois -- Evaluation.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesThe Dunn report revisited., An index of quality of Illinois public library service, 1985.
SeriesIllinois library statistical report -- no. 20
ContributionsRoy, Loriene., Roy, Loriene., Illinois State Library.
The Physical Object
Pagination117 p. :
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17281456M

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IPLAR Purposes. The Illinois State Library is the agency legally required to: (1) compile, preserve and publish public library statistical information [15 ILCS /7(m)], and (2) compile the annual report of local public libraries and library systems submitted to the State Librarian pursuant to law [15 ILCS /7(n)].In addition, all Illinois public libraries are required by statute [75 ILCS. Two surveys were conducted in /82 and respectively to determine if Illinois public libraries were satisfying their patrons in terms of book use, and how much money Illinois public libraries received directly from their patrons in library fines, fees, and charges. In the first study, 2, adults returning a book at a random sample of 71 public libraries were surveyed to Author: Sharon L. Baker. Illinois, an extensive database trial for Illinois libraries. Since then, each year ILLINET member libraries, their staff, and patron communities have been invited to sample and evaluate a wide variety of electronic resources for a two-month period. The annual Try-It! Illinois program runs from October 1–November   RAILS Minute - RAILS has launched a weekly video series, RAILS Minute, featuring RAILS Executive Director Deirdre Brennan. These brief videos will focus on how RAILS is responding to COVID related library issues. May 4, April 28 Essential Actions and Services During COVID Survey: Libraries are uniquely positioned to protect the health and .

  According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world’s largest fine paid for an overdue library book was $, the amount Emily Canellos-Simms presented to Kewanee Public Library in Illinois after returning a book she found .   Libraries for All: Expanding Services to People with Disabilities. Janu Illinois libraries have led the way in developing innovative and inclusive programs for patrons with disabilities. To find out information about any of these programs, contact the host library to learn more. Next Chapter Book Club - Gail Borden Public. Nevertheless, the report is a refreshing reminder of the valuable services libraries offer. 98% of public libraries provide “some form of technological training to patrons” and 95% of public libraries provide assistance with employment resources. As a business liaison, this is particularly encouraging to read. A new Public Library Association survey shows 76% of libraries have extended online renewal policies, 74% have expanded online materials and 61% have added virtual programming.

Illinois Libraries and the Census. Last Updated: 2/13/ PM CT. It's time to complete Census ! IHLS, Illinois Complete Count Commission, and the Illinois State Library are asking libraries to do their part in making sure as many people are counted as possible—and it's imperative we do so to help ensure Illinois gets our fair share of federal funding.   The survey includes questions about the status at each institution of classes, student residential facilities, library building hours, general public access to libraries, cleaning and safety measures, social-distancing measures, reference services, access to print materials and policies on employees working remotely.   Footnote 4 in Table 3 of Public Libraries in the United States Survey: Fiscal Year (April ) explains: " Of the 9, public libraries in the 50 States and DC, 7, were single-outlet libraries and 1, were multiple-outlet libraries. Single-outlet libraries are a central library, bookmobile, or books-by-mail-only : Ala Library. The survey includes questions about the status at each institution of classes, student residential facilities, library building hours, general public access to libraries, cleaning and safety measures, social-distancing measures, reference services, access to print materials and policies on employees working remotely.