© Arrowhead Library System
Who Are We?
Arrowhead Library System enhances the value of all types of
libraries to their communities by cultivating collaboration, technological
innovation, and professional development; and enriches the quality of life by
providing direct services for those without a public library and access to
electronic resources for all people in northeastern
The Future of our Library Community
Libraries in northeast
School and academic libraries are valued by their students, faculty, and administrators. Staff in these libraries have the professional skills to help students perform well academically, develop critical thinking skills, and grow into lifelong learners. Through membership in the regional system, special libraries help extend the reach of their sponsoring organizations. They share information and expertise about specialized topics with the wider community.
The region’s public libraries are strong and vital hubs in their communities, and a source of great civic pride. People of all ages, locations, and socio-economic backgrounds actively make use of public library services. Public libraries are in tune with changing needs in their communities and respond with services and programming that consistently satisfy and delight the people who use them.
The region is abuzz about libraries.--Approval on Board agenda for February 14, 2013.
Original services offered by the new Arrowhead Library System included reciprocal borrowing, library consultant service, interlibrary loan and centralized registration of borrowers. In 1967 bookmobile service was initiated and in 1972 books by mail began. A print shop was founded in 1975. Today a wide variety of services is offered, including delivery van service, video/audio formats, online newspaper and magazine databases, downloadable audiobooks and e-books, and a regional online catalog.
Last Updated: 2013-01-16 03:57:14
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