Public Library Services & Resources Page

Public Library Services & Resources Page

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Search this online directory of public libraries and services in Tennessee by county, region, or city.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives helps support local public libraries with federal and state funding.
A service to borrow materials from other libraries for a short period of time when your library does not own those materials.
A free library program of over 150,000 recorded, large print, and braille materials available to residents of Tennessee who are not able to use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability.
Tennessee State Library and Archives pages detailing the Library Services and Technology Act. LSTA, Library Services, technology, act, IMLS, Grants to States, Museum and Library Services Act, 2010, funding, libraries, Five Year Plan, IMLS Funding, grants, literacy, homework, government information, Ashley Bowers, Chuck Sherrill, Planning and Development
Planning and Development provides assistance, statewide consultation, and leadership to local public libraries throughout the state.
Public Library Trustees
Public library standards provide specific criteria by which libraries can be measured and evaluated. They provide focus and direction for action and accountability within local library communities.
Information about the statewide reading program sponsored by the Tennessee State Library and Archives. The Summer Reading Program helps communities encourage reading during the summer.
The TN-Library ListServ provides an open forum for discussion of any library related topic. This page provides information on subscribing to the listserv. This list is moderated by the Tennessee State Library and Archives by the Planning and Development Section.
Tennessee Public Library statistics are collected annually by the Planning and Development Section of the Tennessee State Library and Archives.
The Regional Library System is composed of nine multi-county regions serving 211 small and medium-sized public libraries throughout the state of Tennessee. Membership in the Regional Library System is voluntary.
Public library standards provide specific criteria by which libraries can be measured and evaluated. They provide focus and direction for action and accountability within local library communities.
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