Tupper Lake Public Library, AKA Goff-Nelson Memorial Library is looking to fill one of the following titles:
Library Manager or Library Director I
The Tupper Lake Public Library, AKA the Goff Nelson Memorial Library, is seeking a creative, dynamic, and inspiring new Library Manager or Library Director I. A school district public library in the beautiful Adirondack mountains, with an annual operating budget of around $255,000, the Goff Nelson Memorial Library serves a community of nearly 6,000 residents and is home to a collection of more than 40,000 items housed in a terrific midcentury building. The library plays a central role in community life and is looking for the right candidate who can uphold and grow this commitment to the community. To that end, the successful candidate will be able to work with the Board to draft a new strategic plan for the library.
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All of the local libraries are currently closed. Whether you’re stuck inside for physical distancing or just need an escape after finishing work since you’re an essential employee, we can help provide a slice of library experience to you. In order to provide additional support to area residents during this challenging time, CEFLS and Northern New York Library Network each contributed $3,000 to bolster the collection of ebooks and e-audiobooks available! We hope that these additional titles help you enjoy your downtime while staying safe and helping flatten the curve. Visit cefls.org/downloads to check one out today!
If you have any trouble accessing the online collection, you can email us at email@example.com. We can take steps to either renew the card temporarily for the duration of the stay-at-home period or create a temporary account with the required information (your full name, date of birth, and a picture of a piece of mail sent to your local address as proof of residence). Of course, you can visit your local library once they’ve reopened to renew your card in full or grant you a new card.
There’s a lot of information swirling around regarding the latest coronavirus spreading throughout the world. But where can you find reliable information on the topic? Head over to our guide at cefls.org/coronavirus to get the most up-to-date information on the virus along with the best tactics on how to reduce the spread.
You already know that not everything you read on the Internet is true. But where can you go to find out whether an article is accurate or not? The folks at MakeUseOf have written up the excellent piece entitled The 8 Best Fact-Checking Sites for Finding the Unbiased Truth.
Get a library card? The best way to get a library card is to visit your most convenient library in person. You can find a map or a list of libraries in our region, and click on a library to find out contact information and open hours. We encourage you to call the library of your choice and ask about obtaining a card. All New York residents are eligible to receive a free library card and library services, even if the town they live …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
…get a library card? The best way to get a library card is to contact or stop by the local library that’s most convenient for you. You can find a map or a list of libraries in our region, and click on a library to find out contact information and open hours. We encourage you to contact the library of your choice and ask about obtaining a card. All New York residents are eligible to receive a free library card …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
Library Tech Tip #1 Scanning Barcodes from Book Covers when Cataloging Items Please be aware when scanning the barcode on the back of an item. Scanning usually gives you the ISBN but occasionally (especially in older items) it gives you a UPC code. Consequently, UPC code will not find the items requested for MARC records or in Horizon. The picture shows an example – you can see that the number beneath the barcode is not the same as the ISBN. In this case, …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
Just in time for Earth Day, we have a new librarian-created information guide, featuring inspiration, information sources and practical ideas to introduce some green practices into your life and have fun at the same time! You can find out about Drawdown, the book about how we can reverse global warming, find out about green careers, explore upcycling and plogging, and also find out what libraries can do to help the environment. See the guide here: REcycling Matters ~ the REasons …[CLICK TO READ MORE]