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These links offer a starting point for development of your own library's policy:  
 
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Web Junction
 
[http://lists.webjunction.org/wjlists/publib/2006-April/097926.html]
 
[http://lists.webjunction.org/wjlists/publib/2006-April/097926.html]
  
[http://www.lib.chattanooga.gov/librarycards.html]
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Chattanooga Hamilton Bicentennial Library[http://www.lib.chattanooga.gov/librarycards.html]
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Edith Wheeler Memorial Library
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[http://www.ewml.org/policies/cards.htm]

Latest revision as of 14:57, 9 May 2008

Creating Policy for Issuing Cards to People in Transitional Housing

The following links serve as a resource for you in your creation of an effective policy for issuing library cards to people in transitional housing. This includes people living in shelters, foster care, group residential facilities, as well as homeless persons and children residing with a non-custodial parent.

These links offer a starting point for development of your own library's policy:

Web Junction [1]

Chattanooga Hamilton Bicentennial Library[2]

Edith Wheeler Memorial Library [3]