From the study: “Some 12% of Americans ages 16 and older who read e-books say they have borrowed an e-book from a library in the past year. Most e-book borrowers say libraries are very important to them and their families and they are heavy readers in all formats, including books they bought and books lent to them. E-book borrowers say they read an average (the mean number) of 29 books in the past year, compared with 23 books for readers who do not borrow e-books from a library. Perhaps more striking, the median (midpoint) figures for books reportedly read are 20 in the past year by e-book borrowers and 12 by non-borrowers.”
It is interesting and satisfying to see that most e-book borrowers say that libraries are very important to them and their families.
This page provides information from the National Collegiate Athletic Association website concerning its actions relating to the child sexual abuse scandal at Penn State University. Included are links to the NCAA Conclusions and Sanctions, the Freeh Report, and Press Conference Remarks by NCAA President Mark Emmert and NCAA Executive Committe Chair, Oregon State President Ed Ray.
Report of the Special Investigative Counsel Regarding the Actions of the Pennsylvania State University Related to the Child Sexual Abuse Committed by Gerald A. Sandusky
Full text of the Freeh Report on the child sexual abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky and the actions of Joe Paterno and others relating to the abuse at Penn State University.
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