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Send NYLA Your Library Horror Story

Governor Cuomo has cut $10 million from Library Capital Construction funding in his 2018-19 State budget. This means that $14M will need to be shared by ALL public library systems across the state. What can we do? The New York Library Association (NYLA) is collecting...

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Real People. Real Dollars. Campaign 2018

Real People. Real Dollars is an effort to drive more library advocates to the NYLA Online Advocacy Center and increase awareness of Library Advocacy Day. Originally started by the Mid-Hudson Library System in 2016, now going statewide! Libraries from across the state...

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NOVELNY Databases for 2018-2019

NOVELNY is an online virtual library connecting New Yorkers to 21st century information via libraries and library systems statewide. NOVELNY is an electronic resource access project that enables libraries across New York State to give their communities online access...

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2018 Inductees into NYS Writers Hall of Fame

The Empire State Center for the Book hosts the NYS Writer's Hall of Fame and six members have been inducted for 2018. Visit https://www.facebook.com/EmpireStateBook/ to view the announcement of the inductees. The list of the 2018 inductees is as follows: Ira Gershwin...

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lynda.com – InDesign: Color

CLRC offers its member constituents (including members of our five participating library systems and individual members) access to the entire lynda.com training library at no charge. For more information on how to request an access code, please click here InDesign:...

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Museums Empowered Grant Opportunity

The Museums Empowered: Professional Development Opportunities for Museum Staff program seeks to strengthen the ability of individual museums to serve the public. IMLS encourages applicants to invest in the professional development of museum staff, volunteers, and...

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Introducing CLRC’s Enhanced Member Directory

CLRC's member directory used to be a simple list of our dues-paying members. This didn't do a great job of showing the hundreds (yes, hundreds!) of member and branch libraries as well as other institutions that inherit CLRC member benefits from their "parent"...

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