By Ed Morrison
In a knowledge economy driven by networks, public libraries can play an important economic development role. They can provide a research material, space for training, and opportunities to build civic networks. Equally important, they can provide strong stimulus for family reading, a core skill in the knowledge economy.
Here’s an article out all of Colorado that explores these points. Read more.
OkieK (a librarian) would have posted this first, if she had seen it!
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