The year 2023 is just around the corner and we cannot wait to continue to share more informative, useful, and interesting library posts with you all in! But just before the new year comes, we want to recap the eventful and peculiar year of 2022 from the libraries’ world.

In this post, we will share an infographic of our 5 most-read posts in 2022 and a short summary of the post with the link to read it in full. Have a great time reading it, and we look forward to sharing and exchanging information, initiatives, and experiences with libraries and library professionals from all around the world throughout 2023! 🎉

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Infographic Princh Library Blog Recap 2022

Number #5

Take a peek at some of the fantastic digital projects going on around the world.

Blog title: Current technology trends in libraries

Libraries have always been about sharing knowledge, culture, and skills. In this post from 2018, you will read about innovative technology trends for libraries that will increase your engagement with visitors and provide them with services that will help them and make their lives easier.

You can read the full post by clicking here

Number #4

What a great reminder that libraries are more than a center for stocking books and periodicals – they are a society’s center that connects social and cultural events and educational resources.

Blog title: Will libraries be relevant in the future?

It is no secret that libraries play a vital role in society’s collective growth and educational experience. In recent years, libraries have made huge progress by adapting to the ongoing needs of communities, thus reinforcing their key role and importance. But are they going to stay relevant in the future?

You can read the full post by clicking here

Number #3

This is a reminder of how simple initiatives can attract more visitors to your library.

Blog title: 8 Tested means that attract more users to the library

Getting people to use the library’s services can be a real challenge now with all the new alternatives on how to spend your free time. This post introduces you to 8 tested ways of attracting more people to use your library.

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Number #2

Which technologies have you already utilized at your library or maybe you haven’t heard of them just yet? Keep reading to get a full overview of innovative technologies for your library.

Blog title: Innovative technologies for the library of the future

What emerging technologies public libraries could implement to stay relevant also in the future? This post presents 10 innovative technologies to implement at the library of the future while focusing on the technology’s applicability and the benefits it could bring to the library.

You can read the full post by clicking here

Number #1

It has never been questioned that libraries take a special place in every visitor’s heart!

Blog title: 5 Reasons why libraries are essential to have

Nowadays, we are extremely dependent on the internet for information in our daily lives. However, that information does not always bring us the right answers. That is why we should lean on libraries instead. They play a fundamental role in learning, where librarians and other resources and services help people to access the information that they need. In this post, you will read about five concrete reasons why libraries are essential to have and why visitors appreciate them.

You can read the full post by clicking here

We will be back next week with another interesting article from the library world!

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Greta Lastauskaite

Greta is a content writer for the Princh Library Blog. Princh, which is a printing solution designed specifically for and with public libraries, makes a consistent effort to provide advocacy for libraries and library professionals. The Princh blog discusses library specific topics that inform its readers of library trends, insights, technologies and more.

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