Library budgets might be shrinking, but digital libraries like this one are on the rise.
Can you imagine spending a day without going online?
According to Pew Research, 84% of American adults use the internet daily. And while most people have access to the internet at home, many others rely on libraries to get connected.
That’s why “libraries without books” are slowly on the rise all over the country.
Book-less libraries, which are all about online resources, have been popping up all over the country in the past year, as many traditional libraries are forced to close their doors.