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Monday, June 15 • 10:00am - 11:30am
MASTER CLASS: Revolutions in Grant Writing: Finding Funding for Collections in the 21st Century

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Finding grant opportunities for collections can be challenging, especially in smaller, specialized collecting institutions with limited staff and funding. This Master Class geared towards managers and administrators will illuminate the process of successful grant writing from pre-writing self-assessment to application to reporting and beyond.

Program Takeaways


  1. Overview and practical steps for finding and applying self-assessment programs prior to implementation of larger grant projects.

  2. An overview of the basic elements of the grant writing process, broken down into detailed steps including choosing the right grant for your project; practical advice on the development of your proposal; and insight into the review process.

  3. An overview of how to proceed post-grant receipt including reporting, program development, and assessment.


Moderating
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Joy Banks

Library and Archives Consultant, Self-employed

Speaking
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Patricia Hewitt

Senior Cataloger, Fray Angelico Chavez History Library/New Mexico History Museum
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Amy Lucko

Director, Program Data and Statistics, Council on Library and Information Resources
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Christa Williford

Director, Research and Assessment, Council on Library and Information Resources
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Nina Zannieri

Executive Director, Paul Revere Memorial Association


Monday June 15, 2015 10:00am - 11:30am EDT
Convention Center, Ballroom East

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