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Southeastern NY Library Resources Council

Southeastern NY Library Resources Council is one of nine Empire State Library Network (ESLN) organizations in New York State. They serve libraries in the eight-county area of Columbia, Greene, Ulster, Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan, Putnam and Rockland. Through the coordinating activities of Southeastern, this member network of hundreds of academic, hospital, institutional, school and public libraries, historical societies, archives and museums exists to share library resources and professional expertise for the betterment of the organizations’ patrons.

21 S. Elting Corners Rd.
Highland, NY 12508
(845) 883-9065
Contact: Carolyn Bennett Glauda

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Ramapo Catskill Library System

The Ramapo Catskill Library System (RCLS) is a non-profit, cooperative public library system chartered in 1959 by the New York State Board of Regents. RCLS working cooperatively with member libraries, provides coordinated services, guidance, training, support, and leadership to member library trustees and staff to sustain their effort to be responsive, proactive, vital community institutions that meet the changing needs of their users in Orange, Rockland, Sullivan and southern Ulster counties.

619 NY-17M
Middletown, NY 10940
(845) 243-3747
Contact: Jen Park

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Mid-Hudson Library System

The Mid-Hudson Library System (MHLS) is a cooperative library system chartered by the New York Board of Regents dedicated to strengthening local library service while saving local tax dollars. Since 1959 MHLS has worked with its member libraries to support the infrastructure that enables partnership among 66 regional libraries in Dutchess, Orange, Columbia, Greene, Putnam and northern Ulster counties.

103 Market St
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 471-6060
Contact: Kerstin Cruger

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National Digital Inclusion Alliance

National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) occupies a unique role connecting organizations from across the country engaged with technology and broadband development issues. NDIA combines grassroots community engagement with technical knowledge, research, and coalition building to advocate on behalf of people working in their communities for digital equity.

3000 E Main St, #50
Columbus, OH 43209