Elisha D. Smith Public Library events calendar
Ranked by percentage change in program attendance 2009-2018, 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)
Franklin Public Library. (9/7/2019)
10/13/2018 update starts here.
11/5/2017 update starts here.
Elisha D. Smith Public Library in the news:
Menasha library remembers World War I with displays, presentations. (Appleton Post Crescent, 10/11/2017)
Source: Wisconsin Public Library Service Data (2015 preliminary)
Recent Menasha PL news:
Menasha woman see library as community hub. (Appleton Post-Crescent, 9/11/2015)
So when Hotynski retired in 2011 after working as a nurse in dialysis at local hospitals, the first thing she did was see if they needed help at the Elisha D. Smith Public Library in Menasha.
Elisha D. Smith Public Library website.
Libraries, patrons, and e-books. (Pew Internet, 6/22/2012)
- Part 1: 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
- Part 5: Libraries in transition
- How patrons' book-borrowing habits are changing
- Librarians: Changes in library holdings
- The changing role of librarians
- The move to e-books
- Staff training
- Patron training