To help libraries comply with New York State’s new sexual harassment prevention training requirements, 4CLS has set up training sessions in each of the counties during May.
Registration for the workshops is free, but space may be limited.
To register, select the desired training session from the Events page.
Beginning today, 4CLS is adopting a new delivery schedule:
View the Schedule!
The bulk of the data 4CLS supplies for the annual report has been added.
1/22/2019 – Bandwidth info added (Bandwidth-2018) for questions 9.28 – 9.30)
Go to the Annual Report page.
Go Directly to the Data
The E-rate Page has been updated with a new 2019 version of the letter of agency that libraries must files so that 4CLS can apply for rebates on their behalf.
The letters should be returned to 4cls by January 31.
Updated circuit schedules for 2018-2019 have been added to the Circuits Page.
The Annual Report Page has been updated with current information and links for 2017.
Most of the data libraries need to complete the 2017 Annual Report has been placed on a new page called 2017 Annual Report Data. The rest will be added soon.
Circulation, Holdings, Additions, Registered Borrower, and ILL figures have been combined into one large excel spreadsheet. You can find the download link on the report data page. If you have any trouble downloading, let us know.
The meeting schedule for 2018 for the 4CLS board has been set:
Board Meetings for 2018
January 26, 1 PM – Oxford Memorial Library
March 19, 10 AM – Afton Free Library
May 11, 2 PM – Moore Memorial Library (Greene)
June 21, 6:30 PM – 4CLS Building (Vestal)
September 21, 2 PM – William B. Ogden Memorial Library (Walton)
November 16, 2 PM – Huntington Memorial Library (Oneonta)
The schedule can also be found on the 4CLS Website and the 4CLS Board page on the Intranet.
An updated version of the 4CLS Organization chart has been uploaded.
4CLS Organization Chart (November 2017)
Have you ever wondered how long libraries are supposed to keep certain records?
To help answer those types of questions, we have collected information and assembled a Records Retention Page.
The page includes basic information and links to retention schedules from the New York State Archives.
The page for the Construction Aid program has been updated to reflect the most current information available.
The slides from last Friday’s workshop have been posted.
View the slides.
Go to the Construction page.