Network Office and COVID-19

In our effort to help contain the spread of COVID-19, Network staff are currently working from home but remain just as accessible as always through all the same channels, M-F, 8am-4pm.

Please direct any questions to Executive Director Meg Backus, or let us know if we can help. meg@nnyln.org, 315-265-1119 x1.

2021 Award Nominations Open!

Nominations are now being accepted for the Excellence in Library Service and Outstanding Student Work Awards. Please see below for more details and deadlines for each!Excellence in Library Service Award NominationEstablished in 1991, the NNYLN Award for Excellence in...

Anti-Racist Work Group Read: Just Us: An American Conversation

Join us next month for another group book read! Libraries and museums are cultural institutions that both reflect and produce society. Those working within them must serve all members of their communities equitably, and must be equipped to engage in and advance the...

Advocacy Fundamentals – A Virtual Series Launches This Month

The Western New York Library Resources Council is partnering with the New York Library Association (NYLA), offering all library workers throughout New York to participate in a 6-part series, Advocacy Fundamentals - A Virtual Series. What you do in your library matters...
2021 Award Nominations Open!

2021 Award Nominations Open!

Nominations are now being accepted for the Excellence in Library Service and Outstanding Student Work Awards. Please see below for more details and deadlines for each!Excellence in Library Service Award NominationEstablished in 1991, the NNYLN Award for Excellence in...

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Workplace Wellness: COVID Edition! Series

Workplace Wellness: COVID Edition! Series

Join us in a workplace wellness program initiative series. Over the course of three, one-hour sessions, participants will gain an understanding of why worksite wellness programs are so valuable and how to get started. Each month will build on the previous session as...

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New Community Story Project Resource

New Community Story Project Resource

On October 22, Jery Huntley will present OurStoryBridge this free resource and tool kit for producing a crowdsourced, community story project emphasizing audio history collecting and sharing. It replicates the success of the model, Adirondack Community: Capturing,...

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