Government & Library Organizations
Data in Action
Provided here are resources and examples of data use that hopefully will make it easier for local libraries and library supporters to use study findings in a variety of advocacy contexts.
Topics include collection curation, copy cataloging, financial management, and more!
United for Libraries requires a registration and login, and LoM pays for statewide membership.
Go to www.ala.org/united , click on “Statewide resources,” and then “Michigan” to create an account if you don’t have one.
Michigan Tax Forms for Libraries
Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE)
Michigan Department of Civil Rights
Right to Be
Strategic Diversity Initiatives
The Library Network (TLN)
Here’s a constantly updated list on Blogspot
No Reservation Recommendations
A moderated list of vendors, programs, and presenters with whom library directors and staff have had positive experiences.
Motte & Bailey Booksellers
212 N. 4th Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
John K. King Used & Rare Books
901 W. Lafayette Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48226
Phone: (313) 961-0622
Fax: (313) 963-9138
"The Curious Book Store on East Grand River in East Lansing
and "The Archives "on West Grand River in Grand Ledge
Used Books and Out-of-Print Book Finder
Bindery Service Information