Network Office and COVID-19

In our effort to help contain the spread of COVID-19, Network staff are currently working from home but remain just as accessible as always through all the same channels, M-F, 8am-4pm.

Please direct any questions to Executive Director Meg Backus, or let us know if we can help. meg@nnyln.org, 315-265-1119 x1.

Network Grants Now Open

The two categories of our grants are Special Collections and Action and are due August 7, 2020. Special Collections grants are geared toward creating access—physical or intellectual—to special content that would be useful to others. The "Action" category is new this...

ASK THE LAWYER! Database

Do you have legal questions about what your library can provide to its users? Check out the Ask the Lawyer database first to see if your question has already been anwered! Each question has been tagged with relevant topics and the year in which it was posted. You can...

New Resource on Census 2020 from New York State Library

The New York State Library recently announced the release of the Census 2020 Resources web page. In an effort to count every person living in the United States,  by April 1, 2020 the U.S. Census Bureau will have sent out invitations to participate in the 2020 Census,...
Network Grants Now Open

Network Grants Now Open

The two categories of our grants are Special Collections and Action and are due August 7, 2020. Special Collections grants are geared toward creating access—physical or intellectual—to special content that would be useful to others. The "Action" category is new this...

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North Country Live Communication During COVID-19

Between March 16th and May 6th, we hosted 24 Member Meetups online via Zoom with a total 195 participants allowing members to share their own unique experiences and problem solve with their peers. Thank you for your participation!   North Country Folks, How are...

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ASK THE LAWYER! Database

ASK THE LAWYER! Database

Do you have legal questions about what your library can provide to its users? Check out the Ask the Lawyer database first to see if your question has already been anwered! Each question has been tagged with relevant topics and the year in which it was posted. You can...

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New York History Google Group

New York History Google Group

The Northern NY Library Network recently started a New York History Google Group to help public history organizations communicate across the North Country. If you are interested in joining this group, fill out this short form and you will be added to the group.

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