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Library Development

Education

Education

Continuing education, SSLLI, meetings

Funding

Funding

LSTA, State Aid, Construction Grants, E-Rate

Data and Statistics

Data and Statistics

Data tables, data displays, Annual Statistical Report Form

Digital Collections

Digital Collections

FEL, SDI, Florida Memory, State Library

Innovation

Innovation

Stars in the Sunshine State, Florida Libraries As...

Library Development Programs

Library Development Programs

About BLD, Programs list

News & Highlights

Data Displays

We've created new data displays about how Florida libraries serve Florida's children, young adults, adults, and Hispanic patrons

Visit our Data & Statistics webpage to download these colorful PDFs to help tell your library story. 

If you work for a Florida library, we work for you!

Public Library Data Tables available

In 2021-2022, Florida public libraries:

  • Loaned more than 26 million electronic resources. 
  • Were visited more than 36 million times. 
  • Held more than 150,000 programs for more than 3 million Floridians.

Review these statistics and more: 2021-2022 Public Library Statistics & Ranked Data Tables.

DLIS Discussions

We host monthly, open discussions for Florida library staff that focus on a particular topic. 

In March our Discussion will be a Q & A session on the Sunshine State Library Leadership Institute.  

Register now
Monday, March 18, 2024
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Eastern

Explore other topics we've covered

Suggest a discussion topic: [email protected].

 

E-Rate in Disaster Areas

How has E-Rate been affected in counties damaged by Hurricane Ian and designated as Affected Disaster Areas by FEMA? 

Deadlines have been extended, service substitutions can help replace damaged or destroyed equipment, document retention guidelines have changed and more. 

Read the specifics on our E-Rate page.

               

    imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.

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