Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to our most common questions.
Our programs were either created by a member of the team or sourced from a volunteer who submitted it to our site.
Yes. All programs on the website were submitted to be shared and used by other programmers.
If you want to see something added or amended to the website, please use our contact form to make a suggestion. If you find something functionally wrong with the website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can help Library Program Helper by contributing your expertise. Do you have programs, forms, or knowledge you acquired from your time as a programmer? Visit this link in order to submit a brief introduction and we will be in touch.
When you submit programs, we share them on the site under our Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution-Share Alike license. This means that others can share and use what they find here as long as they attribute where they got it and also willingly share it. We make sure to attribute each item shared on the site to the creator, their library, and social media if provided. If you desire, you can watermark or include your library’s branding on your slides and handouts in order to ensure credit is embedded in the documents themselves.