College Center for Library Automation

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The College Center for Library Automation operates Florida's Library Information Network for Community Colleges (LINCC) and the Web-based library information portal, LINCCWeb, from its headquarters in Tallahassee, Florida.

Established in 1989 by the Florida Legislature, CCLA provides a suite of library information products and full-service programs that support the libraries of Florida's 28 community colleges. LINCCWeb offers access to full-text databases, e-books, and the library holdings of Florida's community colleges and public universities. LINCCWeb users can also search the collections of public libraries representing Florida's major metropolitan areas, request library materials online, and manage their personal library accounts. LINCC's Library Management Service operates behind the scenes at community college libraries to provide library staff with automated tools that streamline delivery of library services to students and increase library staff productivity. Ex Libris' Aleph software serves as the foundation software for LINCC's library management system.

CCLA partners with the Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC) to administer Ask a Librarian, Florida's Online Virtual reference service.

CCLA partners with the Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC) to administer Ask a Librarian, Florida's Online Virtual reference service.

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