Libraries as economic development assets

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

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 of Colorado that explores these points. Read more.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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