The State Library is providing two sessions that will assist you in putting together an LSTA grant application. If you are thinking of submitting an application, or just have a kernel of an idea and wonder if this is a good way to obtain funding, you should participate in one of these webinars.
Monday, December 7, 2:00pm EST.
Wednesday, January 6, 10:00am EST.
The State Library and Archives of Florida is pleased to announce a series of online workshops that will assist eligible agencies with the preparation of Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grants for the 2010 application cycle. These workshops are provided free of charge and are intended to help with the grant writing process for LSTA grants.
The first of the series is a Grant Overview, which will be held twice. Dorothy Frank and Marian Deeney from the State Library and Archives of Florida will provide an overview of the LSTA guidelines and application process.
Topics to be covered in the Overview include:
· Eligibility requirements for the LSTA grant program
· LSTA grant review and funding process
· Grant categories
· Components of a proposal
The next three workshops in the series will be specific discussions on How to Establish Your Need; How to Write an Outcomes Plan; and How to Write an Action Plan and Budget Narrative. You may take as many of them as you would like and you do not need to take prior sessions in order to take later ones.
For more information about these sessions, contact Dorothy Frank at 850.245.6631 or firstname.lastname@example.org.