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Table 7. Percentage of library media centers that reported having computer workstations for student and/or staff use and percentage that reported providing student access to online, licensed databases, by state: 2011–12


              Of library media centers that provided students with access to online, licensed databases, percent that provided access from  
State 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 provided student access to online, licensed databases1   Classroom   Home  
United States 96.6   95.3   86.4   94.8   78.4  
                     
Alabama 97.2   99.4   88.6   96.3   82.3  
Alaska 79.7   97.9   78.9   93.7   51.5  
Arizona 89.1   90.6   78.2   85.8   53.8  
Arkansas 100.0   99.5   95.4   95.6   84.7  
California 95.0   97.5   70.9   92.4   60.1  
                     
Colorado 98.4   95.9   82.6   91.7   79.3  
Connecticut 96.9   88.2   79.9   98.7   91.4  
Delaware 98.2   99.8   93.3   95.7   84.0  
District of Columbia          
Florida 97.4   93.4   95.1   98.7   91.7  
                     
Georgia 99.3   99.5   90.3   99.6   90.8  
Hawaii 98.1   97.2   78.4   100.0   97.6  
Idaho 98.6   95.8   87.5   90.6   56.5  
Illinois 96.4   89.6   78.7   96.0   84.0  
Indiana 97.1   95.5   80.8   92.3   73.6  
                     
Iowa 98.7   91.2   95.2   97.9   94.2  
Kansas 95.0   96.7   84.9   96.6   70.0  
Kentucky 97.3   97.8   80.5   96.9   79.5  
Louisiana 98.5   99.5   84.3   98.8   81.0  
Maine 85.4   99.1   90.4   96.7   74.9  
                     
Maryland          
Massachusetts 98.5   96.2   76.0   91.5   67.5  
Michigan 98.3   94.9   82.9   90.7   65.4  
Minnesota 94.4   94.2   89.1   81.5   77.6  
Mississippi 97.0   99.6   69.2   89.3   71.0  
                     
Missouri 99.0   98.6   88.6   91.3   68.0  
Montana 96.2   95.0   93.8   87.3   66.9  
Nebraska 95.0   96.2   94.1   95.5   82.2  
Nevada 97.4   100.0   94.3   93.7   81.9  
New Hampshire 100.0   93.7   89.1   98.8   82.4  
                     
New Jersey 97.2   97.3   85.1   94.0   82.8  
New Mexico 100.0   89.7   86.5   87.5   59.1  
New York 98.7   91.6   96.6   96.9   93.9  
North Carolina 98.5   99.9   94.3   96.2   81.0  
North Dakota 96.6   82.5   94.1   93.7   79.0  
                     
Ohio 94.4   98.5   92.7   97.7   78.5  
Oklahoma 96.0   94.9   86.2   92.7   72.7  
Oregon 99.7   95.9   81.2   92.6   73.6  
Pennsylvania 93.6   97.2   86.8   92.6   67.2  
Rhode Island 94.3   98.6   75.5   87.7   67.0  
                     
South Carolina 100.0   93.5   95.2   99.4   88.7  
South Dakota 84.7   90.9   88.6   96.5   54.9  
Tennessee 98.1   99.8   89.7   96.4   80.3  
Texas 96.9   98.1   93.3   97.6   84.8  
Utah 90.3   90.0   83.4   82.7   83.0  
                     
Vermont 95.1   99.4   78.1   96.7   85.2  
Virginia 99.5   82.1   90.5   98.3   90.7  
Washington 96.3   97.3   89.9   95.0   83.0  
West Virginia 92.8   81.2   76.0   95.7   47.2  
Wisconsin 98.6   93.3   95.3   94.4   88.9  
Wyoming 99.2   99.5   87.5   96.7   66.2  
‡ Reporting standards not met. The response rate is below 50 percent.
1 Online, licensed databases are supplied by commercial vendors via the Internet. They may include indexes, abstracts, full-text article databases, or full-text reference sources, such as encyclopedias, almanacs, biographical sources, and other quick fact-finding sources.
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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