Yavapai Library Network Welcomes New Members Featured

Kelly Roberge, Public Relations Contact August 22, 2020 516

Serves More Schools and Organizations Across Yavapai County

Big Idea

  • Seven school libraries and the Verde Valley Archaeology Center have joined the Yavapai Library Network
  • Membership allows patrons to gain access to the catalog of books, videos, audio materials and more across the County.
  • This expansion effectively increases these school library collections
  • The YLN also provides online learning resources for patrons, tech support to member libraries, staff members and collaborative purchasing opportunities.


New libraries expands the Yavapai Library Network in both directions.

The Yavapai Library Network [YLN] is excited to announce that seven school libraries plus the Verde Valley Archaeology Center, have recently joined the Network, expanding membership to 51 libraries and archives across the county. Membership in the YLN means patrons gain access to the catalog of books, videos, audio materials and more, shared by all member libraries. This means a library patron in Bagdad or Black Canyon City can easily borrow a book from Prescott or Sedona, or vice versa. The YLN also provides online learning resources for patrons, tech support to member libraries, training and support for library staff, and collaborative purchasing opportunities.

A big YLN Welcome goes out to our newest members:

  • Bradshaw Mountain Middle School
  • Glassford Hill Middle School
  • Coyote Springs Elementary School
  • Granville Elementary School
  • Liberty Traditional School
  • Skull Valley Elementary School
  • CVLAB, a special project of the Camp Verde Elementary School Library
  • Verde Valley Archaeology Center

The YLN is especially pleased to see more area schools joining the Network, effectively increasing school library collections, especially digital titles, and access to online research materials. Connecting school library staff with the larger library community increases staff support and improves effectiveness. "Humboldt Unified School District is proud to expand its partnership with the Yavapai Library Network. The partnership offers a vast array of services, beyond just books, that will provide our students with optimal resources that help them adapt to a changing world," said Dr. Rob Bueche, Executive Director of Educational Services/Federal Programs for Humboldt Unified School District #22.

The Yavapai Library Network [YLN] was first established in 1985 as a partnership between the Yavapai College Library and the Prescott Public Library. Since that time the Yavapai Library Network has expanded to include 50+ multitype libraries including K-12, academic, public, private, and special libraries. The YLN is also home to eight special collections. The Yavapai Library Network leverages the power of interlibrary relationships and cooperation to provide unprecedented service and savings to the library patrons and taxpayers of Yavapai County.

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