3 edition of Washington State Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) 5-year plan. found in the catalog.
Washington State Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) 5-year plan.
|Other titles||Library Services and Technology Act 5-year plan|
|Contributions||Washington State Library., Washington State Advisory Council on Libraries., Washington State Library Commission (1941- )|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
State law; Uniform laws; Federal law MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICES; Subchapter II. LIBRARY SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGY; 20 U.S. Code SUBCHAPTER II— LIBRARY SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGY. U.S. Code ; Notes ; prev | next § Purpose § Definitions § Authorization of appropriations; Part 1—Basic Program Requirements (§§ The Montana State Library uses federal Library Services and Technology Act funds for many of our projects. The Institute of Museum and Library Services administers the LSTA program. The LSTA funds that the State Library receives come through the non-competitive Grants to States program that funds library development around the country.
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Technology Services Technology services are available to qualifying libraries. Assistance is provided in: the selection of hardware, software, and services; troubleshooting library networks and computers, and; training staff to better use technical equipment and resources.
(Some Projects and Initiatives also offer technology resources.). plan is a requirement of the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) ofas re-authorized in and Section 1.
Washington State Library LSTA Mission Statement The Washington State Library is a division of the Office of the Secretary of State. It is.
The Washington Talking Book & Braille Library builds community and provides equal access to information and reading materials for Washington residents unable to read standard print.
WTBBL's Fall Reading Matters Newsletter is now available. Library Services and Technology Act Page 3 of 25 The Board of Library Commissioners () is the agency of state government with the statutory authority and responsibility to organize, develop, coordinate and improve library services throughout the Commonwealth.
The Board advises. The purposes and priorities outlined in the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) are reflected in the Five-Year Plans submitted by each State Library Administrative Agency (SLAA) and in the over 1, annual projects that are supported through the Grants to States program.
Purpose of LSTA (20 U.S.C. The Washington State Library is a government agency that operates public libraries in Washington state's prisons and mental hospitals, and maintains collections related to the state government.
Based in Tumwater, it is a service of the Washington Secretary of State and was founded in as the Washington Territorial Library.
The library has a collection of million physical items and Location: Tumwater, Washington, US. New York took the first steps in building the electronic content of NOVEL through its EmpireLink pilot project, which was funded through the federal Library Services and Technology Act.
Launched in January by the New York State Library, the project provided access to electronic resources for users in thousands of libraries statewide free.
LIBRARY--FEES--Ability of a Library to Charge for Library Services. RCW (3) defines library as a free public library supported in whole or in part with money derived from taxation.
RCW provides that a library shall be free for the use of the inhabitants of the governmental unit in which it is located. The State Librarian administers federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) monies for the State of California.
The monies are used to fund grant projects to improve improvements in services to all types of libraries; to facilitate access to, and sharing of, resources and services through the California State Library; and to achieve economical and effective delivery of service for the.
Library Services and Technology Act Grants to States Program Five-Year Plan for Georgia’s Public Libraries FY - FY Submitted by: Georgia Public Library Service Century Place NE, Suite Atlanta, GA.
Julie White Walker, State. Washington State Library 3 hrs Their buildings are closed, but public libraries continue to serve their communities with free wifi, mask-making, extra eBooks, one-on-one help for small business and job seekers, online support groups, and much more/5(11). The Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) was signed into law Septem as part of the Museum and Library Services Act.
As a result, federal LSTA funds are distributed from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to states for the purposes of increasing the use of technology in libraries, fostering better resource sharing. Library Services and Technology Act LSTA Five Year Plan Evaluation: South Carolina State: South Carolina Agency Name: South Carolina State Library Date of Submission: Ap State Librarian/Chief Operating Officer David S.
Goble. (15 ILCS /3) (from Ch.par. ) Sec. Declaration of policy-State Library. It is the policy of the State of Illinois, to promote, support, implement and maintain library services on a State level for all State Officers, Offices, the General Assembly, the Judiciary and all State agencies, bodies and commissions, and to promote, support and implement library services on a statewide.
Washington State Library -- Washington. Type: State. Point Plaza East, Capitol Boulevard Tumwater, Olympia Washington United States (Thurston County). Director: Greg on: Point Plaza East, Capitol Boulevard Tumwater, Olympia,Washington.
New York State Library NYSED / OCE / NYSL / DLD / Library Services and Technology Act Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Program in New York State. Why is LSTA funding important to library users in New York. LSTA Five-Year Plan October 1, –September The Washington State Library is a depository for both Washington State and Federal publications.
Visit our Washington State Government Publications and Federal Government Resources web sites for further information or search our catalog for items in these collections.
Specific questions should be addressed to your library's legal counsel. LibWeb Library Servers via WWW. Over pages from libraries in countries. The Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) provides funding to state library agencies to address six broad goals.
• Expanding services for learning and access to information and educational resources in a variety of formats, in all types of libraries and for individuals of all ages. The MBLC provides a variety of grant opportunities to enhance your library's services or to offer new programs.
Funding for these grants comes from federal LSTA (Library Services and Technology Act) funds provided by the Institute of Museum of Library Services (IMLS). In addition, as technology grew, many libraries found it difficult to keep up with the ever-evolving electronic age.
As a result, the Library Services and Technology Act was passed by Congress on Sept. 30, The new plan, funded by the Institute for Museums .The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)Opens In A New Window provides federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funding to states through its Grants to the States program.
The Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) authorizes state program grants to state library administrative agencies. These funds are distributed by the Institute of Museum and Library Services .Technology Services Estimated Total: $Description Funds in this category are used to support the Public Library Technology Consultant position.
This amount includes funding of a statewide meeting of public library system technology liaisons, and continuing education opportunities for the consultant.