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A collection of links to NYS Learning Standards, the ESIFC, the SLMPE, AASL Standards, Future Ready and ISTE standards.

About Us

For VRC or OPALS Assistance
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Carl Vitevitch, MLS
Administrative Coordinator
Melanie Keller
Principal Office Assistant
Donna Moss
Senior Account Clerk
Elizabeth Trapasso, MLS
Library Media Specialist
(PT Tues-Wed-Thurs)    




Eastern Suffolk BOCES School Library System contact information

FOR:   Liaison meeting registration/questions, My Learning Plan (MLP) registration/questions, Follett/OPALS user group meetings, first line OPALS tech support, School Library Media Program Evaluation (SLMPE) applications, Partners in Science registration, Library Leadership Academy registration, VRC statistics, union catalog,  interlibrary loan, World Language Collection loans, uploading MARC records, using secure courier, reserving a MakerBot printer and other items, subscribing/unsubscribing to the SLS listserv, Titlewave analysis support, please contact:

Melanie Keller – – 631-286-0891


FOR:   Questions about purchasing Virtual Reference Collection (VRC) user ids/passwords/contract mods for those services (CoSer 516), pricing on scanners, contract mods for library automation (CoSer 508), barcode orders, pricing for OPALS, Destiny, and eBook orders, please contact:

Donna Moss - or –  631-286-0891


FOR:   Virtual Reference Collection (VRC) training (virtual or on-site), questions/troubleshooting, user ids and passwords, and statistics, please contact:

Elizabeth Trapasso – or – 631-286-0891


FOR:   Questions about services (CoSers), liaison meeting programming, SLS Council, Legislation/Commissioner’s Regulations/SED, IFC, LMC programming, advocacy, curriculum, standards, censorship, integrating technology, policy, etc., please contact:

Carl Vitevitch –  – 631-286-0891



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Neighboring Library Systems

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Founded in 1961, the Suffolk Cooperative Library System exists to help local public libraries provide the best in traditional and innovative public library service to all the people of Suffolk County.

Bridging the Long Island Library Community

As a regional multi-type library organization serving academic, special, public, school libraries and library systems in Nassau and Suffolk counties, our purpose is to enhance access to information, encourage resource sharing, and promote library interests for all LILRC members.