For Librarians & Library Staff
Resources for librarians and library staff.
This page is for the New Hampshire library community. It contains information and resources for librarians working New Hampshire, particularly public librarians.
The main source of information specific to public librarians and their professional development needs in New Hampshire are available through the LibGuides created by New Hampshire State Library staff. They can be accessed via our NHSL LibGuides web pages.
The NH statutes that relate to public libraries can be found on NH Statutes for Libraries.
For more information about how municipal government in New Hampshire works, visit the New Hampshire Municipal Association web site and take advantage of the many resources they have available. All 234 New Hampshire towns are members of this organization. If your library receives municipal taxpayer dollars for funding, library staff can become members and access a wide variety of training.
If your New Hampshire library is a non-profit or your municipal library has a Friends group or Foundation, make sure to check out the resources available through the New Hampshire Department of Justice, Charitable Trusts Division. All charitable organizations in NH are required to register with the department, and to provide an annual report when required. Please visit the website for details.
Other library organizations that can provide information and support to New Hampshire librarians can be found on Library Organizations. This page also includes lists of the regional library co-op members in New Hampshire and the current contact person.