NPR reports that college libraries are using various methods to attempt to increase traffic to campus facilities that no longer serve as meeting places for students. Because of pervasive internet access in dorms, classrooms, and elsewhere, students can now access many of the library’s materials without having to step foot inside. Jay Schaefer, the head of libraries for the University of Massachusetts, says that adding wireless web access, introducing a caf&eactue; with coffee service, installing new furniture, keeping the library opened for 24 hours per day, and adding hard-wired workstations have all helped increase traffic in libraries that have seen a decrease in student use in previous years…