What is the future of libraries?
In their earliest days, American libraries were repositories of books to read and share. Now libraries offer e-books, audio books, periodicals, music, art, movies, computer access and community services. Which library functions are most important now and in the future?
- Audrey Betcher: Director, Rochester Public Library
- Kit Hadley: Director, St. Paul Public Library
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