Library DrawingThe CONNector

January 2002Volume 4 Number 1

iCONN Use Increases !!

Sharon Brettschneider, Director of Library Development

More and more people are discovering the wealth of information available at iCONN, Connecticut's new digital library. Through the end of November, it's databases were searched more than 1.5 million times. iCONN contains magazine articles, newspapers, health and business information as well as a catalog showing what over 300 Connecticut libraries own. All of this is available at using your Connecticut public or academic library card number. iCONN is brought to you by the Connecticut State Library in cooperation with the Department of Higher Education.

graph showing the increase in iCONN use

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