The State Library offers many resources and the expertise of several consultants to librarians and teachers interested in better integrating technology into their programs and classes.
Experts on library leadership, library law, and institutional and correctional libraries.
Opportunities for Continuing Education and Professional Development in person and online.
Training and consulting to help educators to create meaningful, collaborative, and challenging learning opportunities for their students.
Colorado State Library’s Network & Resource Sharing unit hosts numerous mailing lists for the Colorado library community, and can create new lists for eligible libraries and library-related organizations.
Library Research Service (LRS) provides library professionals, educators, public officials, and the media with research and statistics about libraries.
The State Library provides consulting and training on child development, library programming and activities as well as public/school library collaboration.
Get additional copies of popular titles for your library book club.
Info on grants administered by the State Library, and grant-writing assistance.
Help with original cataloging, preservation, and digital collections.
The State Library provides websites free-of-charge for eligible libraries and library organizations.
LibraryJobline is a free service that lists library jobs of all types.
A statewide ILL service for libraries of any size or type, allowing your patrons to search and place requests for materials located throughout the state of Colorado.