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Connecticut Libraries Help Center: Handbook for Directors

Helping with management, legal, technical, and other issues faced in running your library

Handbook for Connecticut Public Library Directors

This 88-page handbook of information is intended t"Because DLD Values Your Library as an Essential Service in Your Community"o assist Connecticut's public library directors, particularly those who are new to their positions. Although it contains links to many online resources, it is designed to be used in print form.

Whom Do You Call?

DLD Staff Directory by Subject

Adult Services * Community Engagement
Ashley Sklar,

Children's Services * Young Adult Services
Kymberlee Powe,

Construction Grants * Public Library Statistics * State Aid * borrowIT CT  * deliverIT volume
Maria Bernier,
Construction Grants awarded prior to 2019: Dawn La Valle,

deliverIT CT (Ccar)
Daily Operations: Melvin Resto,
860-566-1100 x306
Program Administration: Dawn La Valle,

LSTA Grant Program * E-Rate
Christine Gauvreau,

Middletown Library Service Center
800-437-2313 in CT or 860-704-2200

Policy Development * Professional Materials
Dawn La Valle,

Professional Development and Continuing Education
Gail Hurley,

researchIT CT (iCONN) - Electronic Resources
Brad Bullis,
800-437-2313 in CT or 860-704-2206

Statewide Library Catalog and Cataloging
Gail Hurley,

Trustees & Friends of the Library
Dawn La Valle,

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