What's the future of Michigan's libraries?

May 1, 2014

The main atrium of the Library of Michigan, in Lansing.
The main atrium of the Library of Michigan, in Lansing.
Credit user: imzadi1979 / Wikimedia Commons

The State Legislature created the Library of Michigan 32 years ago to collect and preserve Michigan publications, conduct research and to support libraries statewide. 

For the past 10 years, Michigan's state librarian has been Nancy Robertson, but now she is retiring. She joined us to speak about the future of libraries in Michigan, and the role of Michigan's state library. 

Listen to the full interview above.