The Annual Report software portal is open!
- Login Page (CollectConnect) – CollectConnect is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. If you do not know your library’s login information, contact JoEllen at JDorak@4cls.org.
- Division of Library Development Annual Report page
- Outline of Major Changes for 2020
- Full Instructions for 2020 (in pdf)
- 2020 Annual Report Data
- Item Category 1 Descriptions
The deadline for completion is March 1.
This information and more can be found on the full Annual Report page
Responses to New Questions:
Please note that responses to new questions requiring numerical data, those which have not been included in the annual report before, may be estimated or left blank for the first year.
Section 5A has been added to this year’s report with questions addressing the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on Library Systems. Please see the corresponding pop-up instructions and/or section 5A in the instructions document when answering these questions.
Due to COVID our workshop for the Annual Report for Public and Association Libraries will be virtual. Join us for the third of three events where we will tackle the programming portion of the report.
Due to COVID our workshop for the Annual Report for Public and Association Libraries will be virtual. Join us for the second of three events where we will tackle the holdings portion of the report.
Due to COVID our workshop for the Annual Report for Public and Association Libraries will be virtual. Join us for the first of three events where we will tackle the circulation portion of the report.
Join attorneys Patricia Curtin and Jordan Charnetsky from Levene Gouldin & Thompson for a webinar exploring the requirements for libraries of NY’s new Paid Sick Leave Law.
Registration is required – Register Now
Bill Wagner of the Rural Health Network of South Central New York will be presenting on the Mobility Management programs of Getthere and other transportation resources in the area:
“Getthere operates a transportation assistance Call Center. We can provide information on helping individuals meet their transportation needs in Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego and Tioga Counties. We have programs that help provide financial assistance for transportation to healthcare or employment as well as help with access to food , prescriptions and other health related needs. We have a website with a trip planner that will allow individuals to log on and find available transportation options with in a ten county region. We will discuss transportation needs in your communities and explore ways to resolve them.”