The NEFLIN office is located in Orange Park, outside of Jacksonville. The staff consists of three MLS librarians and one administrative assistant. The organization is governed by a nine member Board of Directors, made up of elected representatives from member libraries.
Through grant funding and membership dues, NEFLIN provides members access to training, resource sharing, research and development, partnerships for grant funding, leadership opportunities, and additional services through relationships with other organizations.
In 2018, NEFLIN will celebrate its 25th anniversary as a regional library cooperative. NEFLIN currently serves 550 libraries in 24 counties throughout northeast Florida.
NEFLIN will provide resources to its member libraries, to help them serve and empower their diverse users and create a sense of community.
NEFLIN transforms member libraries by providing services that promote communities of excellence.
More than just pretty (though it is!), the NEFLIN Strategic Plan guides the organization.
Florida’s five multitype library cooperatives are:
|Northeast Library Information Network (NEFLIN)|
|Panhandle Library Access Network (PLAN)|
|Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN)|
|Southwest Florida Library Network (SWFLN)|
|Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC)|