Access All Areas – Library & Information Week 24 – 30 May 2010

Did you know…

  • 7.7 million people visited Australian and New Zealand national and state libraries in 2007-08.
  • 132 million people visited Australian and New Zealand national and state library websites in 2007-08.
  • 108 million Australians visited public libraries each year.
  • 12 million people are currently registered users of public libraries – almost half of Australia’s total population.
  • 6,400 internet computers are currently located in public libraries around Australia (a further 1,600 computers for word processing).
  • 400 corporate/business libraries in Australia play a key role in ensuring that business strategy and decision-making is supported by accurate, current, relevant information sources.

What’s On?
The State Library is the place to connect, communicate, educate, entertain and be informed. Join with us as we celebrate the vital role and value of libraries at one of these events.

What is Library & Information Week?
In May every year, libraries and information services throughout Australia celebrate Library and Information Week and highlight the vital role and value of libraries. More…

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ACCESS ALL AREAS

The State Library is the place to connect, communicate, educate, entertain and be informed. Join with us as we celebrate the vital role and value of libraries.

What’s on at the State Library

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