Public libraries should only allow books, not videos or DVD, consent or disagree?

Public libraries should only allow books and shouldn’t waste their Ltd resources on expensive high-tech media such as software, videos or DVDs. Do you consent or disagree? With the proliferation of high-tech media, some people keep that the public libraries would be rendered obsolete if they don’t proposal software, videos or DVDs to their rs while other assert it’s only a waste of Ltd resources and the libraries should proposal books only.

High-tech media is, in many ways, indeed superior to the books in terms of entertainment, attraction, and functionality. For instance, videos and DVDs function as a visual means to assist people to have a first-hand experience even though those people haven’t physically visited or seen the objects which are introduced in the books.

Also, despite the audio-visual equipment would be prohibitive to install, the capital cost would be lowered by appealing to a sizable no of rs. More importantly, software could assist the lib goers to access the Internet to their information on a daily basis; in contrast, books typically get multiple months to be published, which in turn render their contents outdated to some extent. In addition, upon learning that the computer literacy has become an fundamental skill recently, public libraries should get on the responsibility to educate its rs how to work a computer. Furthermore, it’s a common practice for most public libraries to share their resources via the Internet. In this way, even if one book of interest cannot be found in one library, the borrower still could dispose the book other libraries and then request the librarians to transfer the book to that specific library. In conclusion, public libraries would benefit in multiple ways if they’re equipped with the high-tech media.