The American Library Association released its 2009–2010 PLFTAS national survey results today and on the list: eBooks. The national average came out at 65.9%, with 21 states meeting or exceeding the national average for eBook availability.
Here is a list of the top states (and federal districts) based on percentage of libraries with eBooks:
- Tie: Hawaii and District of Columbia 100%
- Utah 98%
- Maryland 97%
- Wisconsin 96%
- North Carolina 94 %
- Tennessee 89 %
- Massachusetts 87%
- Minnesota 86%
- Tie: Florida and Ohio 83%
- Connecticut 78%
You can check out the data from 46 states and the District of Columbia here.
Does your library offer eBooks? How are they circulating compared to other material?
Allison Strouse is a marketing associate for OverDrive.
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