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Connecticut Library Consortium

The Newsletter of the Connecticut Library Consortium

June 2009 VOLUME 6 y ISSUE 12

Highlights y This Month’s CLC Events page 2

y Baker & Taylor Book Discount Schedule page 3

y Ingram Book Discount Schedule page 4

y Brodart - BWI - Follett Book Discount Schedules page 5

y Baker & Taylor and Ingram Media Discounts page 6

y More CLC Media Discounts page 7

y CLC’s 6th Annual Meeting page 8

In Every Issue y June Calendar page 2

Contact Us 860.344.8777 (Middletown) 860.344.9199 (Middletown Fax) 860.465.5001 (Willimantic) 860.465.5004 (Willimantic Fax) 860.529.2938 (Donohue Group)

Toll-Free Numbers 800.304.5403 (Middletown) 800.260.5427 (Willimantic)

www.ctlibrarians.org

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Governor's Budget Proposes Draconian Cuts for Connecticut Libraries

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ll of us—every library staff member, Friend of the library, trustee, user of a library—must email or call the governor and the leaders of the General Assembly now to prevent this devastation!

Suspend Funding for Cooperating Library Service Units

Suspend Funding for Grants to Public Libraries

The Connecticut Library Consortium, a purchasing cooperative of over 900 public, school, academic, and special libraries, through which libraries get a 46.5% discount on books, along with media coops, InfoAnytime, JobNow, and discounts on databases, movie licensing, supplies, furniture, audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs, WILL BE GONE!

Annual state aid payments to 180 public libraries WILL BE GONE!

Suspend Funding for the Statewide Digital Library The iCONN online databases, including The New York Times and The Hartford Courant, now free to public, school, and academic libraries, with over 30 million recorded searches, WILL BE GONE!

Suspend Funding for Connecticard Payments Connecticard, the program that allows state residents to use their hometown library card in any public library by reimbursing municipal libraries for the 4.7 million loans that public libraries make to out-of-towners annually, WILL BE GONE!

Suspend Funding for the Statewide Database Program ReQuest, the statewide catalog of 20.8 million holdings in CT libraries, which facilitates resource sharing and interlibrary loan, WILL BE GONE!

Reduce Funding for Interlibrary Loan Service Connecticar, the delivery service that facilitates the sharing of 2 million items annually among libraries in 169 towns acoss Connecticut WILL BE REDUCED BY A THIRD! In addition, there will be NO FUNDING for the Service Centers, for InfoAnytime, or for CEN, which provides free internet for schools and public libraries!

A Call to Action Join the many librarians across the state who are mad as heck and not going to take it anymore! Calls and letters to the Governor and key legislators are needed to save these important programs. Read more about the cuts and what they mean, whom you should contact to make the greatest impact, and see a sample letter in support of library services at CLC’s new (and hopefully temporary) library advocacy page.

Visit www.ctlibrarians.org today!


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This Month’s CLC Events eBooks: Your Time Has Come?

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ave eBooks really "arrived"? See for yourself on Friday, June 12 at Fairfield University's DiMenna-Nyselius Library (directions). We'll hear from Angela Carreño, Head of Collections Development at New York University, on her experience with e-book projects. Then we'll see some leading products in action.

Register online for the day's events, which include the program, coffee and luncheon on campus for $25 for the first attendee from a CLC member library, $15 for each subsequent attendee. Non-members welcome for $40. The agenda includes:

June 2009 Calendar of Events FRIDAY, JUNE 12 eBooks: Your Time Has Come? DiMenna-Nyselius Library Fairfield University, 9:30-3:00

SATURDAY, JUNE 13

• 9:30

Coffee

• 10:00

Angela Carreño, NYU's Head of Collections Development, on her experience with e-book projects

• 11:00

eBrary Vendor Presentation

• 12:00

Lunch on campus

• 1:00

Credo Reference Vendor Presentation

• 2:00

Vendor Presentation TBA

CLC's 6th Annual Meeting Gouveia Vineyards, Wallingford 4:00-6:00

• 3:00

Adjournment

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17

Register online now at www.ctlibrarians.org!

Reference 101: A Crash Course for Non-Reference Librarians Who Work the Reference Desk

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LC will offer Reference 101, a four-session course for any library staff who work the reference desk, at the Farmington Library beginning June 17. Each session will meet from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm with coffee provided at 9:00 am. Course topics will include:

• Wednesday, June 17 Session 1: Basic Print Sources • Thursday, June 18

Session 2: Basic Online Sources and Using the Web for Reference

• Wednesday, June 24 Session 3: Reference Interview Strategies, in-person and online, including mock interview session by instructors

• Thursday, June 25

Session 4: New Trends in Reference Sources; Conclusion

The number of participants is limited to 20 and each student should attend all four sessions. All four classes will be taught by Carl Antonucci and Karen DeLoatch of the Capital Community College LTA program. The cost for all four sessions is $120 for CLC member libraries and $150 for non-members. Register online by Monday, June 15. Contact Carl (cantonucci@ccc.commnet.edu or 860.906.5021) or Karen (kdeloatch@ccc.commnet.edu or 860.906.5022) for info about course content.

Favorite Poem Community Reading, Yale University Art Gallery, 3:00

TUESDAY, JUNE 16 CLC Board of Directors Meeting Gouveia Vineyards, Wallingford 2:00-4:00

Northeast DVD Swap Willimantic Service Center, 9:30 Reference 101: Day 1 Farmington Library, 9:00

THURSDAY, JUNE 18 Reference 101: Day 2 Farmington Library, 9:00

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 Southeast DVD, Cassette, and CD Swap East Lyme PL, 9:00 Reference 101: Day 3 Farmington Library, 9:00

THURSDAY, JUNE 25 Reference 101: Day 4 Farmington Library, 9:00

FRIDAY, JUNE 26 Northwest and Southwest DVD Co-ops Joint Annual Meeting Memorial Hall, Main Street at The Green, Bethlehem, 9:30

FRIDAY, JULY 3 CLC Offices closed for Independence Day


CLC Book Vendor 2009-2011: Baker & Taylor Baker & Taylor Discount Schedule

Shipping from Service Centers

y Adult and Juvenile Trade Hardcover

46.6%

FREE Shipping from B&T's Primary Service Centers:

y Adult and Juvenile Quality Paperbacks

40.5%

y Adult and Juvenile Mass Market

40.5%

y Single Edition Reinforced Trade (Juvenile)

25.0%

Public Libraries: School Libraries: Academic Libraries:

y Publisher Library Binding

25.0%

No minimum order or restocking fees.

y Non-Trade and Short Discount

10.0%

Setting Up Customer Profiles

y University Press Trade

13.0%

y Technical/Textbooks

13.0%

y Continuation/Standing Order, Trade H/C

42.5%

y Quality/MM Paperback

40.2%

New and existing accounts work with B&T customer service representatives to set up or verify profiles for their library, make decisions regarding cataloging/processing, backorder period, "Do Not Exceed" limits, ESP participation, etc.

y Reinforced Bindings/Non-Trade

10.0%

y Net Books y ESP Titles (surcharge)

.0%* $4.95**

y Government Publication (per category type above) y Large Print (per category type above) y Foreign Language (per category type above) y Content Specific K-12 (textbook discount by category and binding type) Payment Terms: Net 30 * Titles which receive minimal discount from the publisher will be billed at list. ** Titles where B&T receives no discount or prepayment is required by the publisher or publishers whose titles have limited demand and/or non-commercial publishers will be invoiced at list price plus $4.95/unit. Please adjust your profile if you wish to avoid/ cancel titles that will incur this surcharge.

Bridgewater, NJ Commerce, GA Momence, IL

Ordering and Contact Information FREE Ordering for: y B&T Link Online y School Selection (online ordering for schools) y Title Source 3, Silver (annual subscription plus one administrative ID) Contact: Public Libraries: School Libraries: Academic Libraries:

Call 800.775.1100 or Fax 800.775.7480 Call 800.775.1100 or Fax 800.775.7480 Call 800.775.2300 or Fax 800.775.3500

Customer Service Public Libraries: Kim Simpson, 800.775.1200, ext. 2764 or kim.simpson@btol.com School Libraries: Andrea Turner, 800.775.1200, ext. 2281, or andrea.turner@btol.com Academic Libraries: Connie Perdue, 800.775.2300, ext. 419, or connie.perdue@btol.com

Cataloging and Processing (per item) y Catalog Card Sets

$ .59

y Catalog Kit

$ .59

y Spine Label

$ .19

y Fully Processed (attachee mylar, barcode, pocket, circ. card, spine label, ownership label)

$1.09

y Mylar Jacket (loose)

$ .55

y Mylar Jacket (affixed)

$ .62

y Shelflist Card

$ .19

y Theft Detection, 3M or Checkpoint

$ .50

y MARC Record, Cat. Card, Barcode

$ .49

y Barcode Label y MARC Record

$ .19 FREE

Sales, Staff Accounts and Returns Sales Representatives Public Libraries: Eric Throndson, 800.775.7930, ext. 1053, or eric.throndson@btol.com School Libraries: Amy Seroussi, 800.775.7930, ext. 1005, or amy.seroussi@btol.com Academic Libraries: Steven Hyndman, 800.258.3774, ext. 3295, or shyndman@ybp.com Staff Accounts: Contract discount plus shipping. These roundtables are open to all member library staff regardless of geographic location or job title. Return Policy: Authorization (via Customer Service) is required Be sure register onlinepolicy. in advance at for all returns. Callto CLC for full return www.ctlibrarians.org.


CLC Book Vendor 2009-2011: Ingram Ingram Discount Schedule

Customer Profiles and Accounts

y Adult and Juvenile Trade

44.0%

Call 800.937.5300. Choose:

y Adult and Juvenile Quality Paperbacks

40.5%

y Adult and Juvenile Mass Market

40.5%

Option 1: Option 3:

y Juvenile Reinforced Trade

44.0%

y Juvenile Library Binding

5-44%

y Non-Trade and Short Discount

5-35%

y University Press Trade

5-44%

y Technical/Textbooks

5-35%

y Continuation/Standing Order, Trade H/C

40.5-44%

Public and Academic Libraries School Libraries

y Existing accounts currently receiving contract term will be automatically updated to the new terms as of July 1, 2009. y Accounts not currently receiving contract terms MUST call to request contract discounts before ordering. Ingram will not credit accounts failing to do this. y New customers work with Ingram Account Services department to set up a profile for their library.

y Continuation/Standing Order, Non-Trade H/C

5-35%

y Government Publications

5-35%

Ordering Information

y Large Print

5-44%

Call Ingram Library Services at 800.937.5300. Choose:

y Foreign Language

5-35%

y Net Books

0%*

* Titles will receive the discount as stated on the Title Detail screen on ipage. Payment Terms: 1% 10 Days/Net 30

Cataloging and Processing (per item) y Catalog Card Sets

Option 1:

Public and Academic Libraries Customer Service/Order Entry/Account Services

Option 2:

To add Cataloging or Processing

Option 3:

School Accounts

Fax:

800.677.5116.

Electronic Ordering: $ .65

y ipage Basic and FlashBack FREE

y Catalog Kit(pocket, catalog and circ. cards, pocket and spine labels) Unattached Attached

$ .99 $1.20

y Spine Label

$ .20

y Fully Processed (attached mylar or label protectors, spine label, barcode, MARC)

$1.19

y Mylar Jacket (loose)

$ .70

y Mylar Jacket (affixed)

$ .79

y Shelflist Card

$ .25

Cathy Suehisa: 800.937.5300, ext. 37476

y Theft Detection, 3M or Checkpoint

$ .50

Brandy Perryman (K-12): 800.937.5300, ext. 35762

y MARC Record, Catalog Card, Barcode

$1.20

y Barcode Label y MARC Record

$ .20 $ .35

y Tier 1 and 2 by subscription "Do Not Exceed" feature available through ipage ordering. Staff Accounts: Contract discount plus shipping. Ingram does not accept personal checks. Visit www.ingramlibrary.com

Shipping and Returns Free shipping from primary warehouse. No minimum order or restocking fees. HASSLE FREE book return within 60 days of invoice. Call CLC for full return policy.

Account Managers


CLC Book Vendors 2009-2011: Brodart - BWI - Follett Brodart Discount Schedule y y y y y y y y y y y *

Adult and Juvenile Trade 46.2% Adult and Juvenile Quality MM Paperbacks 40.0% Juvenile Reinforced Trade 40.0% Juvenile Library Binding 23.0% Non-Trade and Short Discount 10.0% University Press/Technical/Textbook 10.0% Continuation/Standing Order Trade 42.5% Continuation/Standing Order Non-Trade 10.0% Government Publications 10.0% Net Books 0%* Large Print/Foreign Language (binding type above) Titles on which Brodart receives minimal or no discount and/or the publisher requires prepayment may be discounted or invoiced at the publisher's list price plus a service charge of $3.95.

BWI (Public Libraries) Discount Schedule y y y y y y y

Adult and Juvenile Trade Adult and Juvenile Quality Paperbacks Adult and Juvenile Mass Market Juvenile Reinforced Trade Juvenile Library Binding Continuation/Standing Order Trade Continuation/Standing Order Non-Trade

40% 40% 35% 20% 15% 40% 35%

* Titles which BWI receives minimal or no discount. A special acquisitions cost of $5.95 will be charged.

Payment Terms: Net 30. No minimum order or restocking fees. Free Shipping and Handling from Williamsport, PA to the main library—additional fees to the branch.

BWI offers custom processing and à la carte value-added services. The à la carte services may be subject to a minimum charge or labor fee.

Cataloging and Processing (per item) y Catalog Card Sets y Catalog Kit (pocket, bk card, spine label and card) y Spine Label y Fully Processed (attached jacket, spine label, and catalog set) y Shelflist Card y Theft Detection, 3M or Checkpoint y MARC Record, Catalog Card, Barcode y MARC Record y Barcode Label

$ .65 $ .65 $ .15 $ 1.09 $ $ $ $ $

.15 .50 .75 .15 .10

Ordering and Contact Information Ordering and Customer Service Debbie Schall: 800.233.8467, ext. 6527 Fax: 507-326-1479, Email: Debbie.Schall@brodart.com Sales Representative Robert Scott: 800.233.8467, ext. 4015 or Robert.Scott@brodart.com Electronic Ordering: www.bibzii.com www.brodart.com Return Policy: Authorization is required for all returns. Call CLC for full return policy.

Ordering and Contact Information Ordering: www.titlewave.com Sales Representative: Jay Schwab 800.888.4478, ext. 6319 or jschwab@bwibooks.com Customer Service: Jessica Courtemanche 800.888.4478, ext. 6376 or jcourtemanche@bwibooks.com

Follett Library Resources (K-12 Schools) Follett was selected to fill the needs of K-12 schools. Follett's discounts are reflected through online ordering at www.titlewave.com No additional charges for books not normally carried in Follett's inventory, titles with little or no discount or small publishers. No minimum order requirements or handling/restocking charges. Offers a “Do Not Exceed” service. Free shipping and handling to schools. Ordering: www.titlewave.com or orders@flr.follett.com Sales Representative: Mark Merluzzi 888.511.5114, ext. 3601 or mmerluzzi@flr.follett.com Customer Service: Shelly Boreman 888.511.5114, ext. 3274 or sboreman@flr.follett.com


CLC Media Vendors 2009-2011: Baker & Taylor and Ingram Baker & Taylor Inc.

Ingram Library Services

Attention: Library Services, RIDC West 1000 Commerce Dr., Suite 400 Pittsburgh, PA 15275 www.btol.com

One Ingram Blvd.

y DVDs & Blu-Ray y Books on CD Unabridged y Music CD y Playaways

30.2% 46.6% and 13% 26.5% 25.1%

Ordering and Contacts for DVD or Music CD Inside Sales Representative: Daeneen Powers To set up account, order or request a catalog: Phone: 800.775.2600, ext. 2026 or Fax: 888.285.8922

Ordering and Contacts for Books on CD Public Libraries: Ordering: 800.775.1100; Fax 800.775.7480 Customer Service and Profile Set-up: Kim Simpson, 800.775.1200, ext. 2764 or kim.simpson@btol.com Sales Representative: Eric Throndson, 800.775.7930, ext. 1053, or eric.throndson@btol.com School Libraries: Ordering: 800.775.1100; Fax 800.775.7480 Customer Service and Profile Set-up: Andrea Turner, 800.775.1200, ext. 2281, or andrea.turner@btol.com Sales Representative: Shannon O'Donnell, 800.775.7930, ext. 3104 or shannonodonnell@btol.com Academic Libraries: Ordering: 800.775.2300; Fax 800-775-3500 Customer Service and Profile Set-up: Connie Perdue, 800.775.2300, ext. 419, or connie.perdue@btol.com Sales Representative: Steven Hyndman, 800.258.3774, ext. 3295, or shyndman@ybp.com y B&T Link Online Ordering is FREE. No minimum order.

La Vergne, TN 37086 www.ingramlibrary.com y DVDs & Blu-Ray y Books on CD Unabridged Trade Non-Trade y Music CD y Playaways y Downloadable Audio Books

28% 45% 0%- 45% 25% 20%-25% Contact Pattie at CLC for tier pricing.

Setting Up Customer Profiles and Accounts Call 800.937.5300. Choose: Option 1: Option 3:

Public and Academic Libraries School Libraries

y Existing accounts currently receiving contract terms will be automatically updated to the new terms as of July 1, 2009. y Accounts not currently receiving contract terms MUST call to request contract discounts before ordering. Ingram will not credit accounts failing to do this. y New customers work with the Ingram Customer Support Department to set up a profile for their library.

Account Managers/Ordering/Shipping/Processing Cathy Suehisa: 800.937.5300, ext. 37476 Brandy Perryman (K-12): 800.937.5300, ext. 35762 Call Ingram Library Services at 800.937.5300. Choose: Option 1:

Public and Academic Libraries Customer Service/Order Entry/Account Services

Option 2:

To add Cataloging or Processing

Option 3:

School Accounts

y Free shipping and handling.

Fax Ordering: 800.677.5116.

y Agencies setting up new accounts MUST contact B&T to request the terms of this agreement.

Electronic Ordering: ipage Basic and FlashBack FREE and Tier 1 and 2 by subscription. "Do Not Exceed" feature available through ipage ordering.

y Processing/cataloging available for an extra charge.

Visit www.ingramlibrary.com

y Staff Accounts: Contract discount plus shipping.

Free shipping from primary warehouse. No minimum order or restocking fees. Limited processing/cataloging available for an extra charge.


CLC Media Vendors 2009-2011 Alliance Entertainment, LLC

PLEASE NOTE: Most vendors offer cataloging and processing for an extra charge. For returns you must call the vendor for authorization. Be sure to note CLC 2009-02 when ordering.

598 Chestnut Tree Hill Rd., Oxford, CT 06478 Orders: 800.329.7664, ext. 8509 www.aent.com 15%-30% y Blu-Ray y Music CDs and DVDs 17%-40% No Minimum Order; Free Shipping/Handling.

Audio Editions (Audio Partners) PO Box 6930, Auburn, CA 95603 Orders: 800.231.4261 www.audioeditions.com y Books on CD and Playaway y Catalog and Sale Items y Binder 20% plus $2 Conversion Cost No Minimum Order; Free Shipping.

Klise/Crimson Multimedia 20% 20% off

Chivers/BBC Audiobooks America 42 Whitecap Dr., North Kingston, RI 02852 Orders: 800-621-0182 www.bbcaudiobooksamerica.com/library y Books on CD 35% on SOP up to 25% on regular orders y DVDs up to 25% on regular orders y Playaway up to 20% on SOP

PO Box 317, Waterford, CT 06385 Orders: 800.937.0092 www.crimsoninc.com y CD-ROMS 5% off catalog prices (Catalog prices are 35-55% off MSRP) No Minimum Order. Call for Return Authorization.

Landmark Audio 200 Skipjack Road, Prince Fredrick, MD 20639 Orders: 800.580.2989, ext. 1422 www.landmarkaudio.com y Books on CD y Playaway

10% 5%

Plus Shipping. Free Shipping on SOP.

Free Shipping.

Book Wholesalers Inc. (BWI) Public Libraries

Midwest Tapes

1847 Mercer Road, Lexington, KY 40511 Orders: Jay Schwab, 800.888.4478, ext. 6316 jschwab@bwibooks.com y www.bwibooks.com

6950 Hall Street, Holland, OH 43528 Orders: 800.875.2785 www.MidwestTapes.com y DVD and Music CDs (excludes Universal) 20% y Blu-Ray 10% y Playaway 15%

y Books on CD and Music on CD y DVDs and Blu-Ray y Playaways Free Shipping.

25% 25% 15%

No Minimum Order. Free Shipping/Handling.

Distribution Video & Audio (DV&A)

Recorded Books

133 Candy Lane, Palm Harbor FL 34683 Orders: 800.683.4147, ext. 1521 www.dvalibrary.com y Books on CD and Music on CD y Blu-Ray y DVDs Free Shipping.

270 Skipjack Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678 Orders: 800.638.1304 www.recordedbooks.com y Downloadable Audios 10% and 20% with COP y Books on CDs and DVDs 10% and 20% with COP y Playaway 5% on COP or 20plus titles

20% 20% 25%

Schools: Tiffany Matters, ext. 1401or tmatters@recbooks.com.

Findaway World (Makers of Playaways)

Tantor Media, Inc.

31999 Aurora Rd., Solon OH 44139 Orders: 877.893.0808, ext. 153 www.playawaylibrary.com

2 Business Park Rd., Old Saybrook, CT 06475 Orders: 877.782.6867, ext. 40 www.Tantor.com y Books on CD 45% on Library Ed. 40% Retail Ed. y Playaway 10% on Tantor titles

y Playaways Free Shipping.

20%


Connecticut Library Consortium CONNtext • June 2009

Come to CLC's 6th Annual Meeting Tuesday, June 16

• 4 to 6 pm • Gouveia Vineyards in Wallingford Keynote Speaker: Colin McEnroe, unabashed author, radio talk show host, print journalist, and now blogger of "To Wit" (http://blogs.courant.com/colin_mcenroe_to_wit/), voted Best Blog in the Hartford Advocate's Readers Poll for 2009. "Newspapers are not dead," McEnroe has written, "but the thing that flops on your lawn once a day, seven days a week, probably is." In 2009, as adjunct professor at Trinity College, he will teach a new course looking at the struggles of old media and the rise of new models.

Board of Directors Roslyn Rubinstein, Chair Waterford Public Library rrubinstein@waterfordct.org

Carl Antonucci Capital Community College CAntonucci@CCC.Commnet.edu

Randi Ashton-Pritting University of Hartford Libraries pritting@hartford.edu

Bernadette Baldino Easton Public Library bbaldino@optonline.net

Anita Barney The Brookfield Library abarney@brookfieldlibrary.org

Gayle Bogel SCSU bogelgl@southernct.edu

Agenda 4:00: Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres and cash wine tasting 4:30: Brief business meeting; recognition of CLC board members and roundtable chairs, awarding of the Jan Gluz Cooperative Spirit Award to the Greening Our Valley Libraries 5:00: Keynote Speaker Colin McEnroe 5:30: Raffle of the CLC Board Baskets 6:00: Adjournment

Candice Brown New Britain Public Library cabrown@nbpl.info

Susan Burke Griswold High School sburke@griswold.k12.ct.us

Sign up for the CLC Annual Meeting at www.ctlibrarians.org by June 15. • Cost is $25 for the first guest from a member library/$15 for each subsequent guest. • Check out beautiful Gouveia Vineyards at www.gouveiavineyards.com and the Greening Our Valley project at www.greeningourvalley.org/index.shtml.

Visit www.ctlibrarians.org to sign up today!

Charles Marlor CCSU marlorc@ccsu.edu

Arthur Meyers Russell Library ameyers@russell.lioninc.org

Amy Plympton LIMRA aplympton@limra.com

Jan Gluz Cooperative Spirit Award Greening Our Valley is an initiative of the Middlesex County public libraries, CLC, and the Middlesex County Community Foundation, developed to promote "going green" efforts across Middlesex County. A comprehensive, regional public awareness campaign, Greening Our Valley promotes collaborative environmental programming for all 18 libraries in Middlesex County. Visit the Greening Our Valley project at www.greeningourvalley.org.

Sandra Ruoff Guilford Free Library sruoff@guilfordfreelibrary.org

Keith Stetson Fairfield University kstetson@mail.fairfield.edu

Amy Terlaga Bibliomation aterlaga@biblio.org Janet Woycik Cyrenius H. Booth Library jwoycik@biblio.org

Christine Bradley, Exec. Dir. Connecticut Library Consortium cbradley@ctlibrarians.org

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