Information Today
                    Volume 17, Number 1 • January 2000
CCLA Receives Resolution from State Board of Community Colleges

The College Center for Library Automation (CCLA) has announced that it was recently presented a formal resolution commending the collaborative efforts that have led to CCLA’s decade of success in providing the Library Information Network for Community Colleges (LINCC) to Florida’s community college system. Board member John Belohlavek presented the resolution on behalf of the State Board of Community Colleges.

“CCLA owes the success of LINCC to the cooperative spirit of the community colleges, their libraries and administrators, and the support of the State Board of Community Colleges and the Legislature,” said J. Richard Madaus, director of CCLA. “The distinguished recognition that this resolution brings is a testimony to the efforts and dedication of everyone who has played a role in delivering LINCC to the students of Florida’s community colleges.”

The resolution was presented in November during a reception at the Florida Association of Community Colleges conference in Orlando, Florida. CCLA hosted the reception as part of its “LINCC at 10” celebration, commemorating 10 years of service. The reception honored community college library directors, staff, administrators, and institutions that have served on its advisory committees over the last decade.

Established in 1989, LINCC is a program of the State Board of Community Colleges, and is administered by the College Center for Library Automation in Tallahassee, Florida. LINCC serves the students and staff of Florida’s 28 community colleges and their 63 respective campuses, providing access to the library holdings of all of Florida’s community colleges and public universities, in addition to full-text electronic and Internet resources.

Source: College Center for Library Automation, Tallahassee, FL, 850/922-6044;

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