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Language learning through Mango

Looking for ways to increase community engagement this summer? Look no further! Libraries have been turning to Mango Languages to help promote bilingualism and cultural awareness in communities for over 15 years. Mango provides a high-quality learning experience that is flexible, easy to use, and available 24-7. What makes Mango different is its proven methodology …Read more »


We are excited to introduce our new Marketing and Communication Coordinator, Mary Ruthko!

We are excited to announce that Mary Ruthko has accepted the newly-created position of Marketing and Communication Coordinator at MCLS. Mary most recently worked as the Marketing Manager at the Bay County Library System headquartered in Bay City, Michigan. She brings to us a wealth of experience, and we look forward to working with her …Read more »


Notes from Executive Director Scott Garrison – August 2022

I’m thrilled to share that the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded MCLS a grant for $242,351 for our project Demonstrating and Documenting a Statewide LOCKSS 2.0 Preservation Network for Cultural Memory Institutions, marking MCLS’s first-ever IMLS grant award as an organization. We will use these grant funds to continue building the …Read more »


Looking for presenters for your staff in-service day? MCLS can help!

If your staff development plan includes in-service days, MCLS can bring half-day or full-day training to your library. Our customized staff in-service training is created to apply to staff at multiple levels of the organization. We are currently offering the following training and facilitation topics: Community Engagement Foundations of Digital Literacy Customer Service: Identifying Excellent …Read more »


MCLS exploring the Future of Work

Over the past two years, much has changed about how we all work.  Many staff were thrown into the deep end of remote working, and we have all learned a lot from our experiences.  In response, MCLS staff has undertaken an internal process to discover what the future of work will look like at MCLS.  …Read more »


Tumble

Encourage reading by students of all ages at your library with Tumble resources. TumbleBookLibrary, TeenBookCloud, and TumbleMath offer eBooks designed to promote the love of reading in a format all ages love. TumbleBookLibrary is a curated database of children’s eBooks aimed at elementary age children. TeenBookCloud is a curated database of eBooks and other digital …Read more »


MCLS implements ConsortiaManager

MCLS launched its new subscription management system, ConsortiaManager (CM), on July 5. Libraries can now renew subscriptions via CM. An email sent on July 13 provided libraries with a link for establishing a CM login. Also on July 13, ConsortiaManager staff conducted a training demonstrating the renewal process for libraries. The basic process for renewing …Read more »


New from EBSCO: CINAHL® Ultimate

With more of the top nursing and allied health journals, CINAHL Ultimate provides better research results for better patient care. CINAHL Ultimate is the new definitive resource for nursing and allied health research, providing full text for more of the most used journals in the CINAHL index than any other database. It covers more than …Read more »


Notes from Executive Director Scott Garrison – July 2022

The call for nominations to serve on the MCLS Board of Directors (2023-2025) is open to MCLS member libraries, and the Board and I invite you to nominate yourself or someone you know by July 15 to play an active role in setting and refining the vision that guides MCLS to serve hundreds of libraries …Read more »


Enrollment now open for Michigan Online “Grant Writing and Crowdfunding for Public Libraries” course with access through Aug 30, 2022

The Midwest Collaborative for Library Services and the University of Michigan are partnering again to extend the offer of a free pilot of the “Grant Writing and Crowdfunding for Public Libraries” course on Michigan Online. All staff of MCLS member public libraries in both Indiana and Michigan are eligible to participate. We are very excited …Read more »


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