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Evergreen Indiana ends year two with 53 member libraries live on Evergreen and serving over 595,000 Indiana residents compared to just 15 libraries live serving 187,646 Indiana residents by year-end 2008. Included in the 53 libraries are five Indiana libraries that were previously non-automated, which includes Shoals Public Library, Roachdale-Franklin Township Public Library, Waveland Brown Township Public Library, Paoli Public Library and Vermillion County Public Library. These libraries brought online over 70,000 items and serve over 16,320 Indiana residents. Altogether, the Evergreen Indiana catalog holds over 1.8 million bibliographic records and provides access to over 3.2 million items.
The year 2010 will be one of continued growth as an additional 10 member libraries and the Indiana State Library will go live in the first sixth months with several more to follow soon thereafter. The Evergreen Indiana Consortium currently has 70 member libraries that serve over 693,000 Indiana residents. Check out the Evergreen Indiana Map for locations and websites of member libraries.
Evergreen Indiana continues to garner interest from all types of libraries around the state. However, the Consortium will continue to accept applications in 2010. If your library is interested in joining or for more information about Evergreen Indiana, visit Information and Resources for Interested Libraries or contact Catherine Lemmer, Evergreen Indiana Project Coordinator, at 317.234.6536 or email@example.com.
Ongoing Grant Opportunities
If you have questions about your eligibility, a grant application requirement, or anything else concerning the 2010 LSTA grant opportunities, please don't hesitate to contact LSTA Grant Consultant Virginia Vought at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 234-6550, or visit the LSTA homepage.
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