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Seattle Public Libraries – Government Website 13 April 2010

Posted by gjchatalas in Government - Puget Sound Partnership, Websites.
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The Seattle Public Library is part of the City of Seattle. The Library website, thankfully, isn’t as busy and all-encompassing as a city site would need to be; instead it focuses on its specific entity,  the city’s libraries. And the site offers so much information: how to get books, where the libraries are located, events, and even book and cd reviews. It truly is a community resource, and its audience is all the city’s communities; there are lots of library branches throughout Seattle, but this ties them together as a solid library system. All citizens can use this valuable resource. The objective of the site, of course, is to provide information to people in an easy-to-use fashion.

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