Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) five year plan evaluation FY 2008-2012
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Dickes, Lori A.
Saltzman, Ellen W.
South Carolina State Library
Strom Thurmond Institute
SubjectUnited States. Library Services and Technology Act; Federal aid to libraries--South Carolina--Evaluation
The Strom Thurmond Institute (STI) at Clemson University is pleased to present the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) with an evaluation of the South Carolina State Library’s Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Plan for FY 2008-2012.The South Carolina State Library (State Library) is the IMLS State Library Administrative Agency (SLAA) for LSTA funds. Using IMLS evaluation guidelines, STI developed an evaluation plan to provide IMLS with: • A retrospective assessment of projects and activities implemented by the State Library and county public libraries over the FY 2008-2012 LSTA funding period ; A process assessment of State Library processes and procedures in the use and implementation of LSTA funds ; A prospective assessment highlighting lessons learned over the past LSTA funding cycle and informing LSTA planning and programming decisions for South Carolina libraries over the next five years.
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