Table Of Contents: Volume 18 Issue 3
To give a quick and easy approach to library advocacy, with regard to the ongoing needs of keeping in touch with stakeholders due to poor or reducing government funding…
Given the common theme of budget cuts, one library presents its award‐winning story to provide information to a small community, extended from other common community and…
Given the issue of massive state aid cuts, this library aims to address the issue of how to handle poor or non‐existent government funding for public libraries. This…
To find new ways to finance the construction of new libraries in the State of New Jersey, this paper seeks to use advocacy as the operational lens to get new buildings…
To address the issue of using grant funding in the US public libraries. With reduced funding as in most public libraries, the three New York City library systems have…
Glen E. Holt
To guide library directors and their boards when financial issues arise – especially in finding a good balance on the level of involvement that the library board should have.
Gregory J. Griffin
To show how the use of a database of potential donors may increase the success of fund‐raising activities.
To outline the various metadata schemes and digital initiatives undertaken by the library community to preserve material in digital formats.