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Table 6. Library, media center, 2011, 2012, state, school, percentage, technological service, average, computer, workstation, internet, laptop, disability, assistance, technology, accessible


  Percent with various technological services          
State Automated circulation system   Automated catalog(s) for student and/or staff use   Digital video disk (DVD) player(s), Blu-ray disc (BD) player(s), or video cassette recorder(s) (VCR) for student and/or staff use   Media retrieval system1   Laptops for student use outside of the library media center   Laptops for staff use outside of the library media center   Technology to assist students and/or staff with disabilities2   Average number of computer workstations   Average number of computer workstations with internet access  
United States 90.3   88.3   83.2   32.5   40.2   54.3   31.0   18   17  
                                     
Alabama 98.5   96.0   95.4   29.6   46.7   59.9   26.0   13   13  
Alaska 58.0   63.1   69.9   10.0 ! 50.6   46.2   20.1   12   11  
Arizona 78.5   77.5   78.8   35.2   33.0   51.4   27.6   17   16  
Arkansas 97.4   97.4   94.2   30.6   29.5   48.1   24.4   15   15  
California 82.5   78.5   58.9   13.1   20.8   40.7   20.0   15   15  
                                     
Colorado 88.9   93.2   91.1   34.7   52.7   64.5   36.6   23   22  
Connecticut 84.1   84.5   86.6   21.5   46.5   61.1   35.5   25   22  
Delaware 97.1   95.1   81.4   24.4   41.6   48.6   31.0   20   20  
District of Columbia                  
Florida 91.4   93.9   89.6   73.9   40.5   70.2   37.9   21   19  
                                     
Georgia 98.2   96.3   97.6   73.1   51.2   78.7   42.8   18   18  
Hawaii 97.9   96.0   43.0 !         15 !  
Idaho 85.6   75.5   81.5   24.5   9.9   22.1   19.5   13   12  
Illinois 81.6   80.3   79.9   15.2   39.4   48.1   24.6   19   17  
Indiana 88.9   89.7   89.6   31.7   33.2   50.2   31.3   17   16  
                                     
Iowa 95.8   94.5   86.4   26.5   59.5   66.3   32.0   24   22  
Kansas 99.2   92.2   97.7   28.3   58.0   58.2   26.2   15   14  
Kentucky 93.0   91.0   86.6   56.3   34.2   51.3   30.6   16   16  
Louisiana 86.9   83.9   85.9   31.5   48.4   66.8   35.8   16   16  
Maine 88.6   85.6   75.8   11.3   48.1   53.1   28.8   8   8  
                                     
Maryland                  
Massachusetts 70.9   68.1   84.5   20.0   33.6   42.6   35.5   21   20  
Michigan 87.1   83.6   80.8   45.9   39.9   51.3   35.9   24   23  
Minnesota 92.1   91.5   86.3   34.4   39.8   57.6   27.6   29   27  
Mississippi 86.5   71.9   89.5   26.8   22.7   46.3   23.8   11   11  
                                     
Missouri 97.3   93.8   89.2   19.8   34.8   44.1   26.2   21   20  
Montana 87.9   77.6   93.3   17.0 ! 34.8   50.6   25.1   18   17  
Nebraska 93.6   90.0   92.5   33.6   71.8   71.8   38.4   19   18  
Nevada 98.3   97.8   65.2   34.4   28.6   41.2   20.7   17   17  
New Hampshire 94.4   91.3   96.1   7.9 ! 58.4   66.7   23.0   18   17  
                                     
New Jersey 86.5   85.7   79.9   20.7   46.5   45.4   32.1   18   18  
New Mexico 86.3   87.3   83.7   37.6   36.4   65.2   26.5   11 !  
New York 93.8   94.2   81.3   21.2   38.3   45.8   31.7   22   20  
North Carolina 95.5   95.9   93.6   55.4   57.3   86.1   40.7   20   20  
North Dakota 80.5   77.6   75.6   20.1   45.1   52.7   23.3   15   12  
                                     
Ohio 94.1   91.1   81.5   42.0   45.5   48.5   29.7   17   17  
Oklahoma 86.4   84.1   87.7   26.7   42.3   46.2   23.7   13   12  
Oregon 93.3   90.0   74.4   28.7   35.3   50.4   38.8   20   19  
Pennsylvania 91.0   89.4   75.7   19.9   39.5   46.3   25.3   20   19  
Rhode Island 76.7   72.9   72.4   5.1 ! 26.0   22.9   12.3 ! 15   15  
                                     
South Carolina 97.2   95.2   96.1   85.0   49.1   79.0   31.9   20   19  
South Dakota 69.3   75.1   77.5   21.6   48.0   51.9   24.1   11   10  
Tennessee 98.1   92.3   90.2   28.0   46.3   57.9   26.9   16   16  
Texas 96.8   93.2   90.5   32.9   42.1   59.2   40.3   14   14  
Utah 85.8   86.1   84.8   44.5   28.0   34.2   30.2   14   13  
                                     
Vermont 80.6   84.5   80.2   11.2   58.5   64.5   25.8   15   14  
Virginia 97.3   95.7   90.1   49.5   60.8   74.7   40.5   19   15  
Washington 93.6   92.2   84.1   28.1   29.0   47.9   35.4   22   21  
West Virginia 74.9   69.0   68.6   22.0   32.1   47.5   30.5   19   16  
Wisconsin 97.9   96.0   95.7   27.2   50.4   63.0   36.8   23   22  
Wyoming 95.5   95.5   81.2   19.3   56.8   51.1   24.6   13   13  
! Interpret data with caution. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is between 30 percent and 50 percent (i.e., the standard error is at least 30 percent and less than 50 percent of the estimate).
‡ Reporting standards not met. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 50 percent or greater (i.e., the standard error is 50 percent or more of the estimate) or the response rate is below 50 percent.
1 A media retrieval system consists of centralized video distribution equipment with a scheduling and control server that telecasts video to classrooms upon request.
2 Includes TDD and specially equipped workstations.
NOTE: The 2011–12 Schools and Staffing Survey did not collect school library media center data from private schools.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School Library Media Center Data File," 2011–12.


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