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“The only thing that you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.” —Albert Einstein

Stage of life, has introduced its new library resources section in its effort to encourage more teens and college students to utilize their local libraries.a

What it is about? In the striving efforts to support the evolution of next generation libraries, launched a library resources section on its website, as a part of its growing educational resources for high school teachers and college professors.

We all know that libraries are an important part of every community. Some believe, that with recent technological advances, libraries are no longer necessary, as they can be accessed online., a blogging and free writing resource for teens and college students, feels libraries are not dying, but evolving.

In the past, libraries have been considered a home for books and other physical resources. So, like other businesses and organizations, libraries must adapt to succeed.

What most people are not aware is the fact that libraries now exist both physically and virtually.

This expansion in library systems, is just another prove that they still play a valuable role in the society.

The articles and the content in the new library resources section of includes a variety of information concerning libraries – benefits offered by libraries for all stages of life, quotes about libraries, how libraries are evolving, information about library professionals, challenges libraries face, information on how to get involved with a local library, statistics about libraries, links to informative and entertaining library blogs and websites, and more.

Samantha Bise, Intern and Professional Writing major at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania stated, “We hope people will find something in our library resources section that inspires them to engage their local library.

Albert Einstein once said, “The only thing that you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.”
So this is why is also asking librarians, teachers, and students to help add more information and make suggestions or recommendations about the new library resources section.

“If you love libraries, use libraries, or have suggestions for libraries…we want to hear about it. Tell us your story,” explains Eric Thiegs, CEO,

If you would like to have more details on the new library resources section, to share your favorite library story, or to contact with recommendation about libraries, visit and click on the “Educators” link in the top menu.

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