VIRL releases annual report

The 2014 VIRL report outlines the state of the library

  • Aug. 27, 2015 9:00 a.m.

Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) announced the release of its 2014 annual report.

The report, themed “Connecting Communities”, summarizes the regional library’s finances, highlights a variety of accomplishments throughout the previous year, acknowledges donors and recognizes the continued dedication and support from the VIRL Board of Trustees.

For the first year, the 2014 Annual Report is an entirely digital edition that works to promote VIRL’s eLibrary by including interactive links (Wiki-style), taking readers directly to VIRL’s services for more information.

This digital version is also environmentally conscious and a simultaneous vehicle for advertising VIRL’s wealth of digital services.

Vancouver Island Regional Library prepares an annual report as required by the Library Act. Visit virl.bc.ca for more information, or http://virl.bc.ca/about-us/reports-and-plans to view the 2014 Annual Report. Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) is the fifth largest library system in British Columbia.

It serves over 430,000 people on Vancouver Island, Haida Gwaii, and Bella Coola on the Central Coast through 39 branch libraries, a virtual branch, and a books-by-mail service. VIRL’s holdings number one-million and include books, magazines, CD’s and DVD’s. Administrative offices are located in Nanaimo.

 

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