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borrowIT CT: Report Form

borrowIT CT is a cooperative borrowing program among the state's public libraries.

borrowIT CT Report Form

Report Form for 2020-2021 "Because Sharing Resources Makes Us All Stronger" Libraries Transform

Download the Excel File below, record non-resident loans during the year,borrowIT CT Report Form and then email the report as an attachment to maria.bernier@ct.gov when the year is complete.

"Non-resident loans" are loans of library materials to any non-resident who visits your library in person to borrow items that are on the shelf, showing their valid borrower card issued by their home library. Using their hometown cards, non-residents may visit any public library and borrow any of the materials that participating libraries lend to their local borrowers. 

Though there is no formal certification required, libraries are required to have accurate and complete figures in place by the March 15 deadline or they will not receive a reimbursement payment. borrowIT CT is the new name for Connecticard. If you are unable to use Excel, contact the borrowIT CT administrator (see contact information at right).

Contact Information

State Data Coordinator

Maria Bernier
Division of Library Development, Connecticut State Library
786 South Main St.
Middletown, CT 06457
860-704-2204
maria.bernier@ct.gov

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