With the introduction of the Internet, library websites have become new access points for a global community. A library’s website serves as a new branch for its users, one that can be accessed 24/7 globally. But with that continuous access to such a large audience, a library’s website should include certain key information to be truly beneficial to the user. This website content analysis examines the websites of public library systems in Mississippi for the presence of four elements from Kumar and Bansal (2014) essential menus for a library’s homepage and for the presence of eight elements from Chow, Bridges, and Commander (2014) study of public and academic libraries.
"Webometrics and Mississippi Public Libraries: A Webometrics Study of Public Libraries in Mississippi,"
SLIS Connecting: Vol. 8
, Article 7.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/slisconnecting/vol8/iss1/7