Louise Anderson Library: Digital + Physical Library
dedicated to Louise Anderson
A digital library is a collection of digital resources, such as books, articles, videos, and audio files, that can be accessed electronically over the internet. Digital libraries are often provided by libraries, educational institutions, and other organizations as a way to make their collections more widely accessible and to provide access to a wide range of resources to their users.
Digital libraries may include a variety of materials, such as e-books, electronic journal articles, databases, and multimedia resources. They may also offer a range of services, such as the ability to borrow and download materials, search and browse collections, and access research and reference assistance.
Digital libraries are a convenient and cost-effective way for people to access a wide range of information and resources from anywhere with an internet connection. They are also an important resource for educators, students, and researchers who need access to information and resources for their work.
Overall, a digital library is a collection of digital resources that can be accessed electronically over the internet. It is a convenient and cost-effective way for people to access a wide range of information and resources. The Louise Anderson Library will hold books written and illustrated by authors of color.
In addition, KKSQ has created a program that will allow community members and youth to become authors, illustrators and editors. Each participant will work as a team to design and publish their own book for 100 percent profit and a chance to be added to our collection.