How millennials use and value libraries

By Carole Howard
PREVIEW Columnist, and the library staff

Younger Americans — those ages 16-29 — fascinate researchers because of their advanced technology habits, racial and ethic diversity, looser relationships with institutions such as political parties and organized religion, and the ways in which their social attitudes differ from their elders.

Here are some interesting results of several years of Pew Research studies into the role of libraries in the lives of Americans and their communities, with a special focus on millennials:

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This story was posted on February 26, 2015.