The Network’s ASK THE LAWYER! service now has a FAQ list, comprised of recent inquires made from various participating 3Rs library councils’ members.
To view the FAQ, click here.
NNYLN member libraries that would like to make use of this service should fill out this form.
Inquiries about this service should be sent to John Hammond (firstname.lastname@example.org); (315) 265-1119.
The NNYLN is again offering its member organizations two grant opportunities: NNYLN Technology Service Innovation Grants and NNYLN Digitization Grants. read more…
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Host a Small Exhibit at Your Library
The library councils are working on an exhibit to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the ground-breaking on the Erie Canal. It includes an online exhibit (featuring NY Heritage images) as well as a physical exhibit that will travel to different libraries. The physical exhibit will include 4 stand-up banners/posters and a freestanding kiosk holding an Android tablet (locked for security) allowing people to browse the online exhibit too. One exhibit is available for each library council’s region, each traveling throughout the region during the year. The schedule will rotate monthly, where the physical exhibit would change hands around the beginning of each month, moving to a different library.
Please contact the Network if you are interested in scheduling for your library: email@example.com or (315) 265-1119 ext 4.
National Endowment for the Humanities Public Humanities Projects program supports efforts to bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for general audiences.
Projects may relate to disciplines such as history, literature, ethics, and art history, or address challenging issues in contemporary life.
The application deadline is August 9, 2017.
Cool down this summer with a few drink recipes from the 1959 Cazenovia Republican. Any one of these would make a great refreshment for your 4th of July celebrations! To view the whole page on NYS Historic Newspapers, click here.