This handbook was compiled by library directors and district staff of the North Central Library District and covers basic information needs of new library directors in the district.
From COSLA (Chief Officers of State Library Agencies), the Public Library Director 101 Series will introduce you to the many and unique facets of public library directorship. This series of four on-demand recordings provides a broad overview that both informs and inspires.
Pennsylvania employers are required to post certain notices in their worksites so employees have access to and information about applicable labor laws. These posters can be downloaded for free from the link above.
Monthly and yearly total statistics includes: Total combined circulation, separate audio and eBook titles circulation, new patrons and unique patrons all listed by individual library.
2017 – eBranch2Go Activity
Audit: Please submit an audit or financial review by October 1. Failure to comply will result in either a delayed payment or loss of State Aid. Please contact Linda Rohm about audit questions.
Pennsylvania Public Library Accounting Manual
Prepared by: McKonly & Asbury, LLP
Certified Public Accountants Camp Hill, PA
POWER Library E-resources Statistics
Monthly and yearly POWER Library e-resources statistics are always available via the POWER Library Portal. To locate your library’s POWER Library e-resources statistics, follow these easy steps:
- Visit the POWER Library Portal
- Click on the For Librarians link, which is near the lower right-hand corner of the Portal website.
- Click on DOCUMENTATION under E resources, then click on Statistics.
- You will be prompted to enter the username (county in which your library is located) and the POWER Library password. NOTE: If you don’t know the POWER Library password, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-544-9131 ext. 1274.To: You will be prompted to enter your library’s PL code and the Power Library password. NOTE: If you don’t know the Power Library password, email email@example.com.