The Volusia County Public Library system’s 12 library branches are participating in Library Snapshot Day, Feb. 14, by collecting statistics, comments and photographs from a typical day, showing how patrons are using their libraries.
“We invite residents to stop by to use computers, check out materials, attend a program, visit with library staff, and share their thoughts,” said Activity Project Manager Karen Poulsen. “By being a part of Library Snapshot Day, they can help us demonstrate the profound impact our libraries have on our community.”
During last year’s snapshot day, 8,733 people visited a Volusia County public library and checked out 9,213 items. Reference librarians answered 1,133 questions, and staff issued 69 library cards. Other findings include:
Learn more about the Volusia County Public Library system at www.volusialibrary.org.