In December, "the method of cutting costs without reckless circumstances ". 12Re.
"Public libraries are not the place to cut costs," the opinion of December.
Debra Smith, chairman of the board of directors of the Parkland Regional Library, is on the trademark.
Public libraries are not only pioneers of the shared economy, but also the basis for positioning citizens as successful contributors to our growing digital and knowledge economy.
Early Literacy programs help ensure that children are prepared for learning after they enter school, and studies have shown that this preparation is key to the success of the kindergarten and the entire educational experience.
In addition, access to the computer, Wi-
Fi and expert library staff provide support for browsing our digital world using technical equipment, and they also contribute to positive workforce development.
Edmonton Public Library (EPL)
Like many public libraries in Alberta and North America, it provides access to innovative technologies that facilitate students and people of all ages to learn science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
EPL works extensively with the school library to provide robotics and coding courses for students.
We also allow access to open data for all citizens, including entrepreneurs at initial budding, using 3D printers and a variety of other production tools, printing books, recording music and podcasts, and access hardware and software that most people don't have easy access.
Online learning databases like Lynda.
Mango language learning and Gaelic classes also help with lifelong learning
Another key factor in the success of the knowledge economy.
From 2015 to 2016, the number of people enrolled in free online courses and tutorials increased by 704,881, with a total of people registered last year.
One of our clients, Nozima, moved from Europe to Canada and it was difficult for her to find a job and to afford classes to advance her career.
After learning about the free online courses we offered, she took six
Opened a week of business writing course through Gaelic course and got a job: "As a newbie in the area, I can't spend a lot of money on expensive courses, so these classes are Christmas gifts that I value very much.
This project has changed my life and made me more successful in my career.
All of this has contributed to a prosperous economy.
In fact, a 2016 study showed that every dollar invested in EPL would generate $3. 11 of value —
Each resident is equivalent to $212.
In addition to that, a total of $2.
Edmontonian people use £ 6 million per week for library services.
The public library remains one of the best investments the government has made to ensure our community is prosperous and economically prosperous.
Pilar Martinez is the CEO of the Edmonton Public Library.
Brian Heidecker is the chairman of the board of directors of the Edmonton Public Library.