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Services and Resources for Children and Young Adults in Public Libraries
NCES: 95357
September 1995

Appendix B: Tables of Standard Errors

  • Table la: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries reporting how the ethnic diversity of children and young adults have changed in the last 5 years, by library characteristics: 1994
     
  • Table 2a: Standard errors of the mean number of weekly patrons in public libraries, number of hours that the library is open to the public, and number of hours that specialists are available, by library characteristics: Fall 1993
     
  • Table 3a: Standard errors of the number and mean number of public service librarians, children's specialists, young adult specialists, and youth services specialists, by library characteristics: 1994
     
  • Table 4a: Standard errors of the demographic comparisons of 1993-94 data with data obtained in 1987 and 1988
     
  • Table 5a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various resources are available to children, by library characteristics: 1993-94--continued
     
  • Table 6a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various services are available to children, by library characteristics: 1993-94--continued
     
  • Table 7a: Standard errors of the average number of times per year public libraries offer group programs for children, by age group, location of programs, and library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 8a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries that occasionally or frequently work with specific programs or organizations, by library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 9a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries that work with various programs or organizations: 1993-94
     
  • Table 10a: Standard errors of the average number of times per year public libraries offered group programs for adults who live/work with children, by type of program,location of program, and library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table lla: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries that maintain files or provide information or referral services regarding community services for children, by library characteristics: 1994
     
  • Table 12a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries reporting the extent to which various internal factors are barriers to the library's increasing services and resources for children: 1994
     
  • Table 13a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries that maintain a distinct young adult collection of books and materials, by library characteristics: 1994
     
  • Table 14a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various ways they serve young adults as a distinct user group, by library characteristics: 1994
     
  • Table 15a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various resources are available to young adults, by library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 16a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various services are available to young adults, by library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 17a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries reporting they worked with various organizations occasionally or frequently during the last 12 months, by library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 18a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating they occasionally or frequently engaged in various cooperative activities with local schools specifically for young adults, by library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 19a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various factors are frequently a reason or the primary reason that some young adults in the community do not use the public library, by library characteristics: 1993-94
     
  • Table 20a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various factors are reasons that some young adults in the community do not use the public library, by frequency: 1994
     
  • Table 21a: Standard errors of the percent of public libraries indicating various internal factors are moderate or major barriers to increasing services and resources for young adults, by library characteristics: 1994
     
  • Table 22a: Standard errors for the figures: 1994

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