Posted by: bluesyemre | July 5, 2018

What is the single most important element to ensure the future success of #libraries? (Poll results)

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The future of libraries has become a topic on everyone’s agenda in the library world. Although libraries are somehow influenced by the same trends worldwide, each library sings a different tune, adapted to their user community’s needs.

Thus, it is difficult for library professionals to define a clear-cut future for libraries as there is no single blueprint to the future that applies to all libraries.

Although #libraries are somehow influenced by the same trends worldwide, each #library sings a different tune, adapted to their user community’s needs.

With the Princh Blog, we aim to offer you new perspectives and insights from libraries experts to help you in our activity. But at the same time, we strive to learn more about you – our reader – and your challenges in your path to defining your future of libraries.

For this, we’ve added a new feature to our blog posts; polls and questions. This way, whenever we find an interesting question for you, you’ll find a new poll on our blog. (So, don’t forget to revisit our blog from time to time to see the results. Or follow us on Facebook or Twitter and we’ll remind you).

Last week’s poll results: Transitioning towards a more community-focused library

Last week, as a start point, we asked you to pick the single most important element that you think will ensure the future success of libraries. Was it more funding, maintaining or improving the library staff’s educational level or transitioning towards a more community-focused library?

We know, you would have preferred more options to choose from. But we wanted to know what you think is the decisive factor that will change the way libraries function in the future.

https://princh.com/what-is-the-single-most-important-element-to-ensure-the-future-success-of-libraries/


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