Texas: TSLAC Releases 2013 Public Library Annual Report Statistics Online
Released today by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC).
From the Commission’s Library Development Blog:
As we did last year, the collected statistics from all libraries is displayed in reports through LibPAS, and can be downloaded into Excel files.
We have also updated our Individual Library Statistics and Comparison Charts for 2013. This workbook tool allows a library to view not only their individual library information, but to view it against averages within their population group, and the state as a whole. In addition, it can be compared to up to four other libraries, for a customized report. These are displayed as vertical bar graphs in an Excel workbook. We are grateful to the team at Connecticut State Library for the original work.
Read the Complete Blog Post
Reports and Spreadsheets
Direct to All Texas Library Statistics Including:
- Statewide Comparison Statistics (1997-2013)
- Texas Public Library Local Statistics (1994-2013)
- Texas Public Library Statewide Statistics (1999-2013)
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