The West Virginia Library Association, in cooperation with the West Virginia Library Commission, encourages libraries across the state to participate in West Virginia Library Snapshot Day.
Libraries are busier than ever, providing incredible service in these challenging economic times. What if libraries went away, even for a day? What would the impact be on our state and the people we serve? What would happen if there were no libraries?
Library Snapshot Day is a local, state and national initiative designed to dramatically answer these questions and illustrate the value of academic, public, and school libraries.
In 2014, West Virginia libraries scheduled Snapshot Day during National Library Week, April 13-19.
You can begin planning your 2015 Snapshot Day now. Note the resources at right.
Materials for Snapshot Day