State Library of Iowa Library Services and Technology Act Five-Year Plan, 2002

(2002) State Library of Iowa Library Services and Technology Act Five-Year Plan, 2002. Iowa Library Services (Library of Iowa, State)

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Abstract

The Iowa Commission of Libraries, the State Library’s governing board, convened the Library Services Task Force in August 2000. This group consisted of 46 Iowans from across the state, including librarians from all types of libraries, library trustees, legislators, members of Iowa Regional Library system (now called Library Service Areas) and Area Education Agencies, and citizens. Their mission was to make recommendations to the Commission on positioning libraries to effectively and efficiently meet the future needs of Iowans. Needs and expectations of Iowa Library customers and funding authorities were identified and examined by the Task Force, and are reflected in its recommendations. The Commission received the Task Force recommendations in December 2000, carefully studied them, solicited input from the Iowa library community, and with a few changes, forwarded the recommendations to the Governor and the Iowa General Assembly. These recommendations are now known as Iowa Commission of Libraries priorities and serve as a blueprint for future development of the Iowa library system.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: LSTA, State Library, State Funding
Subjects: Education > Libraries and archives > Special libraries
Education > Libraries and archives
ID Code: 3077
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 22 Nov 2005
Last Modified: 22 Nov 2005
URI: http://publications.iowa.gov/id/eprint/3077

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