September is National Library Card Sign-up Month, and if you live in Colorado, there are numerous resources available to you outside your home public library thanks to the Colorado Libraries Collaborate (CLC) program. Originally known as the Colorado Library Card program, CLC allows Colorado library patrons to borrow materials — for free — at all participating CLC libraries across the state. With CLC, Coloradans have easy access to many more resources than any single library could to provide. Currently all of Colorado’s public libraries and most other libraries are CLC members. If you are interested in learning more about the program, visit any Colorado public library or view the information on the State Library’s website. This website also provides information for libraries looking to participate in the program, with a link to a How Libraries Participate page with a handbook, forms, and promotional materials. Also, for historical reference, in our library you can find the original implementation manual from 2002.
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