- June 1, 2016:
conducted by the Effingham Community Library
Charts and information created and gathered by
Amy Stanton Director
414 Main Street
P.O. Box 189
Effingham, KS 66023
Do you have internet service at home that is paid for by your household?
I would like to see fiber high speed internet and the facilities to be updated. Have the city council budget more to fix this building up.
1/26/2016 10:22 PM View respondent’s answers
We would be very interested in the MiFi project and Hoopla, if available.
1/26/2016 12:18 AM View respondent’s answers
1/25/2016 2:18 PM View respondent’s answers
Find out more info on this free things.
1/25/2016 1:48 PM View respondent’s answers
More info on Hoopla!
1/25/2016 12:57 PM View respondent’s answers
377 grad but do not live there now. Hope the survey is successful
1/24/2016 5:46 PM View respondent’s answers
have more mifi as to not have to wait on getting one use it when on road and locally. i think it is the best thing the library can have.
1/20/2016 1:41 PM View respondent’s answers
Education on how to access and use these services.
1/19/2016 9:00 AM View respondent’s answers
Having more wifi things would be great the waiting list is long. The signal strength is not the best and I have two kids that have pads thru the school that can’t use them at the same time. We have used the wifi things and greatly appreciate the service but the above things are simply suggestions to an awesome program!
1/19/2016 4:44 AM View respondent’s answers
I live in Lawrence Ks, how can I help you ??
1/18/2016 11:25 PM View respondent’s answers
The mifi that can be checked out for a week was a good help with students needing internet access to do some of their homework. Wish there was more to check out.
1/18/2016 10:37 PM View respondent’s answers
Sounds like I need to learn about Hoopla
1/18/2016 9:29 PM View respondent’s answers
1/18/2016 8:55 PM View respondent’s answers
I think the Effingham library is an awesome library for a small town, and the director is amazing and will try to find whatever it is you are needing.
1/18/2016 8:06 PM View respondent’s answers
What do I need to do to get these services
1/18/2016 7:33 PM View respondent’s answers
Why is it the library’s job to provide Internet, Netflix, etc? Just keep offering it there.
1/18/2016 6:56 PM View respondent’s answers
Keep on keepin on
1/18/2016 6:47 PM View respondent’s answers
Sorry I live in Horton and I don’t really go to the library unless I need to.
1/18/2016 6:09 PM View respondent’s answers
WHO: Â State Librarian Jo Budler, Effingham Community librarians and area preschoolers
WHAT: Â Special guest Kansas State Librarian Jo Budler will lead a special storytime to celebrate Kansas Reads to Preschoolers Week. The community is also invited to come meet Ms. Budler at a 12:00 p.m. community reception hosted by the Effingham Community Library.
WHEN: Â 10:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 21
WHERE: Â Effingham Community Library, 414 Main Street Effingham
At Effingham Community Libraryâ€™s November 21st storytime, State Librarian Jo Budler will read this yearâ€™s book choice â€œDogâ€™s Colorful Dayâ€ by Emma Dodd.
Kansas Reads to Preschoolers is an annual event that promotes reading to all Kansas children from birth through age five. Through the statewide program, parents, librarians and caregivers are encouraged to read the chosen title during a selected week. The program is sponsored by the State Library of Kansas. This year, Kansas Reads to Preschoolers week will be held November 17-23.