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Statistics for Connecticut Public Libraries: Annual Report

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Annual Report Information

The Annual Report for FY 2019"Because CT's Libraries Want to Remain Ahead of the Curve"  Libraries Transform

All Connecticut public libraries, including non-principal public libraries, are expected to complete the Statistical Survey before the deadline of November 15, 2019. The Survey is the source for all information provided to the federal government (IMLS) regarding public libraries in Connecticut. The Survey is also the source of information for Connecticut's Public Libraries: A Statistical Profile and other resources available in this Guide.

How to Complete the Survey

  • When you are ready to complete the survey, download the 2019 Excel (.xlsx) report form and return it by email when completed.
  • A list of the questions and instructions for the FY 2019 survey is provided below.
  • Also provided in the box to the right ("RBDigital E-Content Circulation") is a list of circulation numbers for 2019 researchIT CT ebook and downloadable audio. Use this information to answer questions 4.29 and 4.34 in the Annual Report.
  • Contact me (, 860-704-2204) if you have any problems with the report form.

State Aid has been suspended indefinitely

  • There is no funding for State Aid either in the FY2018 or FY2019 budgets.
  • Connecticut public libraries are still required, by statute (CGS  Sec. 11-25 (a)), to submit an Annual Report.
  • borrowIT CT (Connecticard) funding is not affected by changes in State Aid funding, but only those libraries that submit their Annual Report by the deadline will be eligible for borrowIT reimbursement payments.

For any year after FY2015, contact Maria Bernier ( or 860-704-2204) for copies of reports submitted.

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RBDigital E-Content Circulation

RBDigital Circulation Statistics via researchIT CT
These statistics for each public library are provided for your use in the Annual Report. They are likely higher than circulation counts for previous years, because of changes to the RBDigital reports for researchIT CT. Circulation can no longer be identified as Adult, YA, or Juvenile. Include the totals in the "Other" categories on your Annual Report, specifically 4.29 for ebooks and 4.34 for downloadable audio.


Interlibrary Loan Statistics

Public Libraries - use the Annual Report to submit their ILL stats.
ILL Monthly Worksheets (provided below) - to help libraries keep track of ILL stats:

Contact Information

State Data Coordinator

Maria Bernier
Division of Library Development, Connecticut State Library
786 South Main St.
Middletown, CT 06457

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