Erie Canal Exhibit in the Adirondack Central School District by Kathleen M. Roberts

During the months of February and March 2018 the Erie Canal Exhibit, Two Hundred Years on the Erie Canal, curated by the Western New York Library Resources Council and sponsored by a Humanities New York Action Grant, has been on display in the middle...

Member Profile: North Country Library System Diskless Workstations by Stephen Gaines

Pretty much anyone who has owned a computer is familiar with the term "Hard Drive" which is that part inside of your computer that stores everything you do. This would include the operating system and all your files and folders, programs, widgets, and...

Share Your News!

Share your news with the new Member News Form on our website. Submissions will be included in the Network's monthly newsletter: Points North. News items include events, staff changes, awards, etc. If you have photos which would enhance your news, email...

A Christmas Rhyme

“A Christmas Worry,” written by J.E.G. in Lowville’s 1939 The Journal and Republican, touches on a few Christmas topics most can relate to. It’s a fun read that is very true even today and probably will be for many years to come.

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DueNorth 1.5 Live

DueNorth v. 1.5 is now live and includes these exciting updates: For Library Staff: 'Request History' renamed 'Borrower History' Improved 'Request History' - Allows filtering by fill status, ILL number, and Destination Library along with a more attractive...

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Fall Meeting & Grant Awardees

The NNYLN Fall Meeting this past Friday at St. Lawrence University was very informative. Network grant awardees presented on a wide range of projects and experiences. Their presentations will be archived on the website and linked to the post here: Fall Meeting...

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Titanic Treasures

The Titanic wreck was found seventy-three years after it sunk to the bottom of the North Atlantic floor. The Journal on October 29th, 1987 discusses the treasures discovered on the sunken ship.

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