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This database includes location and statistical information on libraries in the United States. The types of Libraries that can be found in this data source include General Public Libraries, School Libraries, State Libraries, Academic Libraries, and Federal Libraries.
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Academic Libraries: An academic library is the library for an accredited degree-granting institution of higher education or a non-accredited institution with a program of four years or more. An academic library provides all of the following: (1) an organized collection of printed or other materials or a combination thereof; (2) a staff trained to provide and interpret such materials as required to meet the informational, cultural, recreational, or educational needs of clientele; (3) an established schedule in which services of the staff are available to clientele; and (4) the physical facilities necessary to support such a collection, staff, and schedule.
Public Libraries: A public library is established under state enabling laws or regulations to serve a community, district, or region, and provides at least the following: (1) an organized collection of printed or other library materials, or a combination thereof; (2) paid staff; (3) an established schedule in which services of the staff are available to the public; (4) the facilities necessary to support such a collection, staff, and schedule, and (5) is supported in whole or in part with public funds.
School Libraries: A School Library Media Center is an organized collection of printed, audiovisual and/or computer resources in an elementary or secondary school. A school library makes resources and services available to students, teachers, and administrators.
State Library Agencies: State Library Agencies (StLAs) are the official agencies charged with state-wide library development and the administration of federal funds authorized by the Library Services and Technology Act. StLAs provide important reference and information services to state government and administer the state library and special operations such as state archives, libraries for the blind and physically handicapped, and the State Center for the Book. The StLA may also function as the state's public library at large, providing service to the general public.