Franklin Public Library events calendar
Ranked by percentage change in circulation 2017-2018, high to low
Madison Public Library. (8/26/2019)
Milwaukee Public Library. (8/27/2019)
Brown County Public Library. (8/27/2019)
Appleton Public Library. (8/27/2019)
Waukesha Public Library. (8/28/2019)
Hedberg Public Library, Janesville. (8/28/2019)
Kenosha Public Library. (8/29/2019)
La Crosse Public Library. (8/29/2019)
Marathon County Public Library. (8/30/2019)
Neenah Public Library. (8/30/2019)
Oshkosh Public Library. (8/31/2019)
Racine Public Library. (8/31/2019)
L. E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, Eau Claire. (9/1/2019)
Wauwatosa Public Library. (9/1/2019)
Fond du Lac Public Library. (9/2/2019)
Middleton Public Library. (9/2/2019)
West Allis Public Library. (9/2/2019)
Brookfield Public Library. (9/3/2019)
Mead Public Library, Sheboygan. (9/3/2019)
Sun Prairie Public Library,. (9/4/2019)
Verona Public Library. (9/4/2019)
Manitowoc Public Library. (9/4/2019)
West Bend Community Memorial Library. (9/5/2019)
McMillan Memorial Library, Wisconsin Rapids. (9/5/2019)
La Crosse County Library. (9/6/2019)
10/13/2018 update starts here.
11/4/2017 update starts here.
Franklin Public Library in the news:
Franklin library celebrates Harry Potter's 20th anniversary with week of activities. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/25/2017)
Franklin's new library director is a familiar face. Meet Jennifer Loeffel. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10/10/2017)
Source: Wisconsin Public Library Service Data (2015 preliminary)
Original 8/3/2015 post starts here.
Franklin Public Library website.
Libraries, patrons, and e-books. (Pew Internet, 6/22/2012)
- Part 1: Libraries in transition. An introduction to the issues surrounding libraries and e-books
- The strained relationship between libraries and publishers
- The current state of play between libraries and publishers
- The rise of Amazon
- Part 2: Where patrons discover and get their books
- The way people prefer to get books in general: To buy or to borrow?
- Where did the most recent book come from?
- A closer look at libraries
- The e-book ecosystem: Where do e-book readers start their search?
- Part 3: Library users
- How important are libraries?
- Library users are more engaged with all kinds of reading
- Part 4: How people used the library in the past year
- Book-borrowing patterns
- Print books
- E-book borrowers
- Using the library for research
- Research resources and periodicals
- Get research help from a librarian