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Table 6. Percentage of library media centers that reported having computer workstations and provided students access to online, licensed databases, by state: 2007–08

State Number of schools with library media centers Percent of library media centers that had computer workstations Percent of library media center computer workstations that had Internet access Percent of all library media centers that had access to online, licensed databases Of library media centers that provided students with access to online, licensed databases, percent that provided access from  
        Classroom   Home  
United States  81,920   97.1   98.7   82.1   90.0   69.2  
                         
Alabama  1,400   99.3   99.1   94.9   89.5   73.3  
Alaska  430   85.8   98.7   69.0   78.4   62.1  
Arizona  1,540   97.9   98.6   65.5   88.8   51.2  
Arkansas  980   98.6   99.1   88.0   86.0   62.6  
California  7,870   95.6   98.6   66.8   87.3   52.2  
                         
Colorado  1,500   98.2   99.7   91.8   86.9   67.5  
Connecticut  970   97.4   96.8   86.4   93.3   69.0  
Delaware  170   98.6   92.5   90.5   91.1   33.1  
District of Columbia  160   89.2   98.5   68.3   65.9   18.4 !
Florida  2,910   100.0   99.1   94.1   93.7   83.2  
                         
Georgia  2,190   100.0   99.1   94.4   97.5   80.2  
Hawaii  270   99.3   97.6   93.0   96.9   86.0  
Idaho  620   91.8   98.6   73.7   87.1   71.1  
Illinois  3,550   92.2   99.4   67.4   92.7   67.1  
Indiana  1,810   96.6   95.2   75.3   90.3   67.3  
                         
Iowa  1,260   98.2   95.3   92.2   95.9   90.0  
Kansas  1,350   94.6   97.9   77.6   92.3   69.1  
Kentucky  1,220   98.1   99.5   83.1   95.3   65.2  
Louisiana  1,220   97.0   97.1   86.7   92.2   72.4  
Maine  650   89.4   98.0   74.7   87.6   59.2  
                         
Maryland  1,290   97.4   100.0   88.1   96.3   77.1  
Massachusetts  1,630   98.9   99.5   75.1   82.4   45.4  
Michigan  3,250   100.0   99.6   73.5   84.6   66.3  
Minnesota  1,470   97.1   99.3   86.3   89.9   74.8  
Mississippi  930   95.5   99.3   81.4   82.5   50.0  
                         
Missouri  1,880   99.0   98.9   90.8   87.2   47.4  
Montana  550   95.1   97.9   78.7   89.7   72.2  
Nebraska  870   94.2   99.0   80.1   96.0   72.0  
Nevada  510   97.9   99.4   94.6   91.2   64.6  
New Hampshire  410   97.4   98.7   86.5   91.3   80.5  
                         
New Jersey  2,140   93.9   99.1   82.1   82.8   69.0  
New Mexico  660   94.7   98.0   77.4   88.6   54.8  
New York  4,360   96.9   99.1   84.4   91.3   77.2  
North Carolina  2,250   97.4   99.6   87.0   96.6   75.8  
North Dakota  360   97.9   98.3   90.3   92.5   63.7  
                         
Ohio  3,290   98.9   99.5   85.1   94.7   76.6  
Oklahoma  1,490   98.2   96.0   79.5   85.2   60.3  
Oregon  1,100   100.0   98.0   84.8   82.1   65.1  
Pennsylvania  2,940   98.6   99.7   82.7   85.2   54.7  
Rhode Island  300   97.2   96.7   68.5   95.6   80.1  
                         
South Carolina  1,050   99.2   99.6   96.8   98.8   92.3  
South Dakota  370   88.7   98.4   76.0   87.3   53.4  
Tennessee  1,610   98.0   98.5   76.3   90.7   66.2  
Texas  7,340   98.8   98.2   90.6   90.3   80.9  
Utah  760   98.9   94.1   74.7   77.5   65.6  
                         
Vermont  330   97.9   98.1   76.6   92.5   75.0  
Virginia  1,950   98.4   99.8   92.5   91.9   71.8  
Washington  1,880   93.8   99.5   85.1   92.4   71.8  
West Virginia  620   94.2   99.7   70.4   88.1   55.8  
Wisconsin  1,970   95.7   99.0   84.6   87.7   77.3  
Wyoming  290   97.1   99.2   82.8   89.7   70.3  
! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 30 percent or more of the estimate's value.
NOTE: The 2007–08 Schools and Staffing Survey did not collect School Library Media Center data from private schools. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School Library Media Center Data File," 2007–08.


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