Remember when you were in elementary school? Often, one of the favorite times of the week was going to the school library to pick out a book to borrow. Later on in middle and high school, the library became a workplace that provided resources for research you were doing or a quiet place to study. Those type of activities are still going on inside school libraries, but there's a lot more too. A survey conducted by the Pennsylvania State Board of Education found that three-quarters of school libraries have purchased computers in the last five years and most librarians spend from six to 21 hours each week motivating students to read.