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A partnership between the Colorado State Library and Colorado Parks and Wildlife that provides State Park passes and educational materials for check out in every Colorado public library and academic libraries.
Search over 200 different Colorado historic newspapers dating from 1859. View the original paper and articles as they originally appeared over a hundred years ago.
Colorado's reciprocal borrowing program.
Websites for Colorado Libraries
Collections of interest to a wide selection of Colorado's librarians.
An online learning series of from the Colorado State Library. Free, hour-long virtual classes on a broad range of library-related topics. Sessions are interactive and participation is central to the learning.
A collection of material of interest to librarians and the education community.
For people who can't read standard print, CTBL provides audio, Braille and large print books, keeping you connected to reading, stories and adventure.
Mail list hosting for the Colorado library community
Free websites for library-related and cultural heritage organizations
A pilot project designed to support Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) childcare providers in early literacy.
A statewide ILL service for libraries of any size or type, allowing your patrons to search and place requests for materials located throughout the state of Colorado.
Library jobs in Colorado and beyond
Resources for library makerspaces, and instructor materials for technology training in public libraries
Service hub of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) for Colorado and Wyoming
An initiative to increase the visibility of resource sharing happening in Colorado's libraries
Ideas for, and examples of, STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts, Math) in public libraries
A collection of 30- to 60-second videos modeling to parents, caregivers and library staff songs, rhymes and fingerplays for early childhood.
SWIFT, formerly Statewide Interlibrary Loan Fast Track, is a statewide ILL service for libraries of any size or type
For additional information, please call 303-866-6900.