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- Utah Division of Indian Affairs
- Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs
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Book Buzz lends book sets to book clubs, book groups, libraries, organizations, schools, and community centers. The Utah State Library acquired the Book Buzz lending program from the Utah Center for the Book, Utah Humanities Council in 2012. Please read our Policies before requesting any books.
For questions or problems contact:Linda Roholt
The Utah State Library (USL) offers the UPLIFT Professional Excellence Grant to persons employed in Utah libraries for advancing the knowledge, skills, and abilities of individual library employees to better serve their patrons. The Utah State Library funds these grants. Recipients are required to acknowledge the Utah State Library when undertaking and promoting grant supported activities.
Project Eligibility (Priority given in the following order)
Applicants may request funds to reimburse registration fees and reasonable travel to a professional development opportunity. Applicants registering for credit courses in a graduate or undergraduate library science degree program may request funds for tuition support only. In this circumstance, a maximum grant pays tuition up to $1,000 per individual, based upon available funding. The Utah State Library will reimburse grant recipients enrolled in credit classes after USL receives a copy of an unofficial transcript and evaluation.
Grant recipients agree to evaluate training opportunities and credit courses using the evaluation and claim form provided by the Utah State Library.
For more information or assistance contact:Jessica Whetman
Application Deadline: May 15, 2017, 11:30 PM
The Utah State Library is offering a grant to pay for attendance to the Association for Rural and Small Libraries (ARSL) Conference, September 7-9, 2017 in St. George, UT. It may also include the preconference on September 6, 2017.
This grant covers conference registration, a one year membership to ARSL, and travel expenses excepting car rental, up to $1,000 total.
The Utah State Library (USL) offers the UPLIFT Professional Excellence Grant to persons employed in Utah libraries for advancing the knowledge, skills, and abilities of individual library employees to better serve their patrons.
Applicant must be a library director, library staff, or trustee in a small or rural public library or a tribal library in Utah.
This grant round is limited to attendance at the Association of Rural and Small Libraries (ARSL) to be held in in St. George, UT on September 7-9, 2017, preconference September 6.
USL pays for registration, ARSL membership, lodging, meals, and transportation expenses excluding car rental. The maximum award is up to $1,000 per individual. Applicant must complete the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).
The USL and the Library Services Technology Act (LSTA) fund these grants. Recipients are required to acknowledge USL and LSTA when undertaking and promoting grant supported activities.
Grant recipients agree to evaluate this experience using the Claim Form provided by USL.
For more information or for assistance in the grant process, contact:Jessica Whetman
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