Category Colorado Libraries Collaborate

CLC LogoColorado Libraries Collaborate (CLC) is Colorado’s reciprocal borrowing program. It provides FREE access to library resources for library users of all CLC member libraries. Currently all public, most school districts, academic and a number of special libraries are members.

Colorado Libraries Collaborate:

  • Unlocks vast library collections across the state;
  • Provides free access to more resources than any single library can provide;
  • Increases resource sharing throughout Colorado.

Learn more about the program and how to participate by selecting a link below.

CLC for Libraries

Colorado’s libraries are part of a unique resource sharing ecosystem, one component of which is Colorado Libraries Collaborate (CLC). CLC is essentially an agreement among member libraries to allow their patrons to borrow from each other. Started in 1991, CLC…

CLC Member Libraries

Participation is the key to the continued success of CLC. Currently all public, most school districts, academic and a number of special libraries are CLC members. [accordion tag=h3 clicktoclose=true autoclose=false] [accordion-item title=”Public Libraries”] Aguilar Public Library, Aguilar Akron Public Library, Akron…

CLC Program Guidelines

Overview Colorado Libraries Collaborate (CLC) is a program that allows patrons of member libraries to borrow from any other member library. This reciprocal borrowing program gives patrons access to many more materials than are available from any one library. How…

CLC for Borrowers

Colorado Libraries Collaborate (CLC) is a program that allows Colorado library cardholders to borrow materials from any participating library in the state. For example, if you have a library card from Durango Public Library you can visit the Fort Lewis College…