Author Archives: Mary Danko
Our scheduled board meeting for this Friday, 9/21 is being being moved to next Friday, 9/28. Apologies for any inconvenience!
**PLEASE EXCUSE ANY CROSS POSTINGS** Last call for registration! VERMONT TECH UNCONFERENCE :: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 :: NOON-4:30 PM :: MIDSTATE REGIONAL SERVICE CENTER SPACE IS LIMITED! Register and help us to generate the agenda by sharing your ideas, questions, … Continue reading
The next GMLC board meeting has been rescheduled for August 24th at 11 AM. Sorry for any inconvenience!
*Please excuse any cross postings* From : Joshua Muse, Technology/Communications Specialist, Burnham Memorial Library Greetings. I’d like to take this opportunity to invite anyone with an interest to join what we’re calling the VT Library Tech Club. It’s intended to … Continue reading
The Green Mountain Library Consortium (GMLC) is proud to be a part of SCOOP PURCHASING COOPERATIVE! Along with New Hampshire Libraries & Members of the Maine Regional Library System, GMLC members will be able to take advantage of discounts and … Continue reading
PLEASE EXCUSE ANY CROSS POSTINGS As some of you know Overdrive has a program which enables individual libraries to have their own collection of eContent through the ListenUp! Vermont site called Overdrive Advantage. GMLC has not had a formal policy … Continue reading
Hello Everyone, In the frenzy of the Vermont Library Association Conference and the GMLC Annual Meeting a very important ceremony was forgotten! Nancy Tusinski, long time volunteer for GMLC, was to receive her Vermont Department of Libraries Librarian Certificate during … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who attended the Annual Meeting at the Vermont Library Association Conference. In the Box Widget is a copy of the report. Happy Reading!
Minutes Board Meeting May 18, 2012 In attendance: Owen McDermott, Wendy Hysko, Chris Kirby, Debra Tinkham, Judy Russell & Mary Danko (Scribe) Special Guest: Marty Reid 1. ListenUp!Vermont Update Judy let everyone know that our circs continue to rise for … Continue reading