Why Are Libraries No Longer Quiet?

Why do we need to stay quiet in the library?

ALL LIBRARY ALL READ BOOKS THEY KEEP ALL CONCENTRATION IN THAT BOOKS.

IF WE MAKE NOISE THEIR CONCENTRATION LOSES SO……..

Why are libraries getting rid of books?

Struggling to keep up with the increasing digitization of academia, libraries are purging older volumes to make way for study spaces and coffee shops. The act is a radical shift from when the value of a library was measured by the scope of its books.

Are libraries supposed to be quiet?

The short answer is “absolute quiet throughout the library is no longer expected in most public libraries in the United States”. Libraries used to be quiet because you went there to read, and reading was about all libraries offered, and reading is best done in a quiet setting.

Are libraries dying?

With the expansion of digital media, the rise of e-books and massive budget cuts, the end of libraries has been predicted many times over. And while it is true that library budgets have been slashed, causing cuts in operating hours and branch closures, libraries are not exactly dying. In fact, libraries are evolving.