Mississippi Library Partnership
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Mississippi Library Partnership Brochure
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The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System is a proud member of the Mississippi Library Partnership. The Mississippi Library Partnership is a consortium of libraries that share a library automation system as a means of increasing the sharing of resources, automation costs, and technical expertise. As members of the Partnership, each library adds its bibliographic and patron databases to the library automation system housed at MSU, and uses this system for its circulation, online catalog, acquisitions, and serials.
The mission of the Partnership is to build a central database that provides patrons with easy access to resources from all of the member libraries. Along with other useful services, the Partnership enables patrons to request books from any member library and pick them up at their own member library.
A complete list of libraries in the consortium are listed below:.
  • Mississippi State University Libraries
  • Mississippi University for Women/Mississippi School for Math and Science
  • Tombigbee Regional Library System
  • East Mississippi Community College Library System
  • Starkville-Oktibbeha County Public Library System
  • Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System
  • Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System
  • First Regional Library System
  • Lee-Itawamba Library System
  • Hinds Community College
  • Mississippi Delta Community College