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Preferred Vendors: Library Specific

American Library Association
The American Dream Starts @ your library. For more than a century, public libraries have been a cornerstone of the American Dream, providing equal access to information of all kinds. In fact, libraries are among the first American institutions immigrants turn to for help in learning how to read, write, and speak English. Since January 2007, the American Library Association (ALA) has funded 164 libraries in 32 states. Each library received a onetime grant of $5,000 to add or improve literacy services to adult English language learners and their families. American Dream libraries expanded ESL collections, taught classes, hosted conversation circles, trained tutors, increased computer access, build community partnerships, and raised the library's visibility.This initiative is generously funded by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.

Book Systems, Inc.
Book Systems, a progressive Library Automation and Textbook Management provider, offers Atriuum, our Web-based Library Automation Solution. Atriuum allows you to access your centralized database quickly and easily from anywhere using a browser. Atriuum’s automation tools manage your library with intuitive features such as automated searching, circulation, inventory and cataloging. We also offer full-service conversions, dedicated customer support, and training for our products.

Demco provides solutions to help libraries meet the needs of their customers. From supplies to innovative spaces, our unique family of brands provides the products and services you need to create an inviting environment.

USAC - Schools and Libraries Program
The Schools and Libraries (E-rate) Program provides discounts to eligible schools and libraries that qualify for reduced rates for telecommunications, Internet access, and related products and services. The program is administered by USAC under the oversight of the FCC. Tribal Training is designed to ensure that applicants on Tribal lands are aware of and able to participate successfully in the Schools and Libraries (E-rate) Program. Our goal is to reduce the digital divide and promote high-speed broadband connectivity to Tribal schools and libraries.