Please let us know if you have any to add to this list!
Rockingham Library, Bellows Falls http://rockinghamlibrary.org/history/
Stowe Free Library, Stowe http://stowe.advantage-preservation.com/
Bixby Library, Vergennes http://bixbylibrary.org/digital-collections/
Universities & Colleges:
University of Vermont, Burlington, Center for Digital Initiatives http://cdi.uvm.edu/
Castleton College, Castleton https://www.castleton.edu/library/castleton-archives/
St. Michael’s College, Winooski https://cdm15819.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/
Hartness Library, Randolph http://libguides.hartness.vsc.
Harness Historical Photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/
Vermont Historical Society, Barre http://digitalvermont.org/ and https://vermonthistory.org/virtual-vhs/photographs (This URL may change soon.)
Public Multiple Copy List for borrowing book sets from public libraries
This spreadsheet contains data collected from public libraries that will be useful to librarians who either run book groups or help local book groups procure multiple copies of titles. All the libraries who have added their data are happy to share their sets. You will find the titles, authors, target audience, number of copies, formats available, library contact info and more. The list is available here. Each library may add or edit information on the Multiple Copy List. Because it is a shared document, anyone with the link can open it and edit it. Changes are saved automatically. Please contact Loona Brogan whenever you make any changes, as she keeps a backup copy of the newest version of the spreadsheet. If you have trouble or need further assistance with adding or editing data, please contact Loona. Loona.Brogan@cutlerlibrary.org
Here are instructions on how to request these sets from specific libraries.
If you cannot access this list for any reason, or if you would like to add or edit information on the spreadsheet, please contact Loona Brogan at Loona.Brogan@cutlerlibrary.org.
VTLIB Multiple Copy Sets for borrowing from VTLIB
VTLIB owns over 400 discussion sets for children and young adults that can be requested by any library in Vermont. A full list of the sets including if they have won or been nominated for a Vermont Book Award is available here (Excel format). This list contains different titles than the Public Multiple Copy List and is only those titles owned by VTLIB.
Requests to borrow these sets should be submitted through Clover. Here are instructions on how to locate the record for each set and request them directly from VTLIB.
If you need help with requesting multiple copies or any discussion sets, contact April Shaw at VTLIB (firstname.lastname@example.org). Multiple copy sets can be sent and returned through the courier service.
Saint Michael’s College seeks applicants for Library Weekend Circulation Supervisor Part-time. This year round position provides weekend supervision of library student assistants and the facility. The individual selected will support use of library services by students, faculty, and staff, including circulation and research. This individual will consult with other staff to develop flexible work schedules to cover weekend hours of service. The typical schedule for this position is 12 hours every other weekend, with extended hours during final exams and reduced hours during the summer. Limited Monday-Friday hours may also be available.
- Bachelor’s degree or appropriate combination of experience and education
- Must demonstrate knowledge and experience with online information systems
- Library, bookstore, supervisory, and/or teaching experience
- Must have excellent oral and written communications skills, a public service orientation, and ability to work both independently and in a collegial, team-oriented environment
For more information or to apply, click here.
—posted on January 3rd, 2019
Registration for the conference is now open.
Applications are due March 1st for a $250 Continuing Education Grant. Funds can be used to attend a conference, course or training. See: http://www.vermontlibraries.org/scholarship-committee/vla-continuing-education-grant/ to apply.
Many people in our communities are wondering how they can remain active and hopeful through a long cold winter and also the current political climate. Here’s a short, curated list of simple ways to stay engaged.
- Five calls – “Turn your passive participation into active resistance.” scripts and suggestions for calling your government on the phone.
- Daily Action – a text a day with one thing you can do
- Don’t like phone calls? Here’s a simple how-to on how to follow through with those calls.
- Grab a Libraries Are For Everyone poster or graphic (free to use and share) and put it up in your library, especially if you have patrons who speak languages other than English
- Consider following the #vtpoli hashtag on Twitter to get a sense of the political issues facing our state
- Link to this clickable map to help people find their local elected representatives
- Make sure you’re signed up for the VTLIBRARIES mailing list (or others) and come say hello
The VLA sends condolences and strength to those closely affected by the tragic violence at the Clovis-Carver Public Library in New Mexico, including the wounded, the families of the victims, library staff,the community, and our colleagues in the New Mexico Library Association.
Joy Worland, VLA President
The Vermont Consortium of Academic Libraries, Vermont School Library Association, and the Vermont Library Association believe that information literacy is crucial to Vermonters’ success from K-20, into the workplace and continuing throughout the lifespan. While librarians and libraries provide the foundation for teaching information literacy skills, offering quality information sources and collaborative spaces for all Vermonters, we do not work alone in valuing and building these skills…There is an urgent need for dialog among key stakeholders to raise awareness of the importance of information literacy as a lifelong skill, strengthen channels of communication to help students transition their skills from one setting to another, and to help Vermont’s students become information literate adults and citizens.
Vermont Librarians Statement on Information Literacy
The Passport to Vermont Libraries program kicks off June 1st. Here is the program page and here is the page for librarians including sample posters and press releases and a template to print out Passports if you need more. We have 115 libraries signed up, more than last year. Hope you enjoy the program!
We have our statewide winners! Thank you to all who participated in this fun and exciting program. The Vermont Library Association hopes to sponsor this amazing program again next year. Stay tuned!And the winners are:
- Adult- Emily Ahtunan, Kellogg Hubbard Library, Montpelier
- YA- Ariana Cioffi, Springfield Town Library
- Child- Torynce Hathaway, Castleton Free Library
- Wild Card- Noah Jones, Whiting Library, Chester
The Passport to Vermont Libraries committee will be in touch with each of your librarians to arrange getting your prizes to you. Congratulations!