Conover, John and Leonard, Michelle and Stover, Susan (2011) Grants for Libraries. In: SAIL 2011. Into the I of the Storm: Information Resources Undergo a Sea Change , April 5-8, 2011 , Galveston, Texas USA.
More and more libraries, museums and cultural institutions rely on fundraising and grant writing to sustain their services, special projects, or new initiatives Since most MLIS programs do not include grant project planning and proposal writing as part of their curriculum, librarians learn the process through trial and error, or continuing education classes. There are numerous books and websites that can assist the novice grant writer. We hope to provide beginners with basic information on the types of grants available, where to look for funding agencies, selected grant writing resources, and a few helpful grant writing hints to get you started. The presentation will be a three-person panel providing a short overview of the areas mentioned above, and discussion of sample grants submitted or received. The overview will be presented in Power Point format with an accompanying handout for each attendee.
|Item Type: ||Conference or Workshop Item|
|Title: ||Grants for Libraries|
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|Date: ||April 2011|
|Event Title: ||SAIL 2011. Into the I of the Storm: Information Resources Undergo a Sea Change|
|Event Type: ||Conference|
|Event Location: ||Galveston, Texas USA|
|Event Dates: ||April 5-8, 2011|
|Subjects: ||Information Management|
|Item ID: ||5140|
|Depositing User: ||Natalie Wiest|
|Date Deposited: ||23 Apr 2011 20:53|
|Last Modified: ||29 Sep 2011 17:20|
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