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A field study presented by: Keith & Amanzo. 「. internet vs library. 」. as a resource. Libraries. The Internet. Our Hypothesis. Internet > Library . Preference as a first-hand resource. Internet vs. Library. The Survey. Conducted on approximately 100 people.

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a field study presented by keith amanzo
A field study presented by:Keith & Amanzo

internet vs library

as a resource


Our Hypothesis

Internet > Library

Preference as a first-hand resource

Internet vs. Library

The Survey

Conducted on approximately 100 people

  • Internet usage on a day basis
  • Library visits on a day basis
  • Average hours used on the internet
  • Average hours stayed at a library
Preference on library or internet as a first-hand resource:

The Results

85 people prefer the internet


14 people prefer the library

How often students use the internet:

The Results

64 students use the internet daily

29 students use it every other day

or once a week

6 students rarely/never use the internet


The Results

How often students go to the library:

Student frequency of library visits:

21 students visit the library weekly

39 students rarely or never visit the library

15 students visit the library once

a month or every two weeks

24 students visit the library daily

or every other day

Student length of internet use:

The Results

0-1 Hours



1-2 Hours


2-3 Hours

3-4 Hours



4-5 Hours


5+ Hours


The Results

Student length of library stay:


0-1 Hours



1-2 Hours


2-3 Hours

3-4 Hours



4-5 Hours


5+ Hours


The Statistics

What are the statistics of the lengths stayed at the


What is the frequency of students visiting

the library?

What are the statistics of the hours of student use of the internet?

What is the frequency of student internet use?

In percentage, how many people prefer the internet over the library?

86% compared to 14%

The majority of students use the internet every day.

A large number of students never go to the library,

while others visit at an infrequent rate.

More than half the students that visit the library stay only for the first hour.

Over 84% of students use the internet

more than an hour on average.


The Signifiance

  • A trend in the use of the internet – libraries are no longer the primary resource tool for many
  • It is a priority for students who do not have internet
  • access, to acquire it
  • Schools should be more fitted to the new technology,
  • to support new learning/education methods
  • Public services like libraries should strive support for
  • the growing need of online information


Our survey has shown just how widespread and important the internet really is as a resource.

It is important that we keep up with tomorrow.

It leads in dominance over the long traditional, undisputed information tools, such as books.

Thank you for listening to our presentation.

We believe education systems should strive to outfit themselves to the better technology and services of tomorrow.


The End

Ohhh..! So they have the internet on computers now…