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LSTA Wrap Up Activity - Spring 2012

Page history last edited by Lynn Kanne 9 years, 8 months ago

 

$300 for a librarian (or a team) from each participating library participate in LSTA wrap up work, which consists of two parts:

 

  • Responding to a series of self-reflection questions that address your library‚Äôs collective progress in Information Literacy. We ask each library to respond thoughtfully to the questions in this form.

 

  • Selecting and submitting the best tools and resources generated by or inspired by the grant activities. We ask each college to select 4 resources to share.  Librarian Emily Wood (from Pierce) has created a lovely site for this purpose, available here: http://lstahighlights.wordpress.com/. The current pbworks site has served us well, but it was never meant to organize information in a searchable way. The Highlights site helps create a shared searchable resource. After this grant cycle, I hope to put the LSTA wiki to rest and begin with a clean slate for future projects.

 

  • Reimbursement form and wrap up activities are due by June 22. If you need additional time to complete this activity, please contact Lynn Kanne.

 

Your feedback and highlights submissions will be used to create the final LSTA report to the State Library. Thank you so much for participating!

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