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annual reportingAnnual Reporting Time for Public Libraries

The window for submitting your FY 2017 Annual Report Data is now open! The deadline for reporting is August 15 for non-system libraries, and October 2 for library systems.

To help you prepare for inputting your information online, go to Public Library Reporting and Statistics for downloadable forms and statistics.

Once you have gathered the information, submit your data on Baker & Taylor’s Bibliostat Collect.

If you’ve forgotten your password to get into the Annual Report, you can contact Baker & Taylor or your Regional Library Consultant.

Grant Opportunity: Improve Access to Archival Collections

The Oklahoma Historical Records Advisory Board is accepting applications for a new regrant project titled Improving Access to Collections Grants for Archival Collections.

Libraries, archives, museums, and other organizations holding unique archival collections related to Oklahoma history are encouraged to apply for grants of up to $6000 for projects that will improve the organization’s ability to provide online access to their collection.

A total of $50,000 in funding is available for projects that will begin in August and end by December 31, 2017.

Funding is provided through a grant to the Board from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

The deadline to apply for the regrant is Wednesday, July 19, 2017.

Get more information and the application form here.


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