As much as I really dislike paper, it's clear there's still a place for libraries. To start, they still have database access (something you can't find or replicate for free online...yet), they're generally quiet, and they have a dedicated crew of people willing to help you out. For as much as we like to tout technology's ability to help learn anytime and anywhere, does anyone actually do that? How many people are flying while studying, or waiting in line at the grocery store while doing algebra? More importantly, how many are doing these things well?
So, this day only library, you win. We'll keep using a few more years. The reports of your death are temporarily greatly exaggerated.