What is the NMCL Resource Center?
The New Mexico Coalition for Literacy (NMCL) is a member of the SALSA (System Access to Libraries in State Agencies) Consortium, which is a group of New Mexico state agency libraries. SALSA provides its members with a web-based search engine with which to locate holdings in the various member libraries. At the NMCL, we maintain the Resource Center Special Lending Library (RC), and SALSA allows our tutors, trainers, students, program administrators, and boards of directors to locate materials in the RC for their use with affiliate adult literacy programs around the state. NOTE: ONLY INDIVIDUALS AFFILIATED WITH AN ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM IN NEW MEXICO MAY BORROW MATERIALS FROM THE RC!
If you would like more information on the NMCL Resource Center, please email . If you would like more information on the SALSA Consortium, please email .
Instructions for Check-Out
Simply click the “Begin searching SALSA” link below to find holdings in our Resource Center. While you are searching SALSA for materials, you need to make a note of the call number, title, and class for the item or items you wish to check out. If an item is from the NMCL Program Development” collection and has “RESERVE” before the call number, the item may not be checked out to you, but you are welcome to use the materials at our office in Santa Fe. To request an item(s), send us an email or call us at 1-800-233-7587 with the call number, title, and class for the item or items you wish to check out. We will also need your full name, contact information, and local literacy program affiliation. You may email the information to Below is a list of the information required.
To check out items from the RC. You must include:
- The title, call number, and class for the item(s) being requested;
- Your full name;
- Mailing address;
- Email (if applicable);
- Program name (you must be affiliated with a New Mexico adult literacy program); and
- Your position.
Note: The NMCL Resource Center is only for New Mexico tutors, trainers, students, program administrators, and boards involved in current New Mexico adult literacy programs.
- Adult New Readers by Elise Leonard (titles are various; search by author)
- Challenger: Adult Reading Series (2010)
- Hop Hop Educational Literacy Program: Research-Based Strategies for Promoting Literacy Development (2008)
- Roberts Rules of Order, Newly Revised (2011)