Over the last three years, many of Michigan's public libraries have begun to redefine themselves in order to continue a long tradition of providing quality educational, recreational, and informational resources to the state's residents; 378 public libraries in Michigan provide public library service to 99.9 percent of the state's residents. With such impressive coverage of statewide service, it is little wonder that public libraries feel a strong responsibility to provide their clients with access to electronic information resources.
Palmer, E., Donohue, A. and Parr, S. (1996), "Michigan: Building electronic community information centers: Public libraries", Library Hi Tech, Vol. 14 No. 2/3, pp. 163-167. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb048008Download as .RIS
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