|Reference & Collection Development|
Adriance Memorial Library (ADR) is the Central Library of the Mid-Hudson Library System. It has the largest collection of books and audio-visual materials in the system, and provides a variety of services to other member libraries:
Tuesday's Tips: a weekly service providing members of the Mid-Hudson Library System digital instruction on a specific tool or resource.
Reference Support: Member libraries can call the ADR reference desk for help with patrons' reference questions after you have exhausted the resources in your library
Reference Training: Regional reference training opportunities are listed on the MHLS online calendar. Librarians at ADR will provide staff training and consultations on a variety of topics, in your library.
Finding Your Way: Useful Sites in a variety of subjects are selected and maintained ADR staff. Pathfinders list useful resources on specific topics, and include tips for improving search results.
Building a strong system-wide non-fiction collection
Member libraries should contact Deborah Weltsch for any of the services listed above.
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