Loleta D. Fyan Grant call for proposals

For Immediate Release
Mon, 12/03/2012

Contact:

Norman Rose
Program Officer
Office for Research and Statistics (ORS)
800-545-2433 ext. 4283
nrose@ala.org

CHICAGO — The American Library Association’s Office for Research and Statistics is now accepting applications for the Loleta D. Fyan Grant. Loleta D. Fyan, ALA president 1951-1952, believed that every individual, regardless of residence, is equally entitled to high quality library service and that librarians must be adept in using the political process to acquire this "right of citizenship."

The grant, up to $5,000, is to be used for the development and improvement of public libraries and the services they provide. The project(s) criteria:

  • must result in the development and improvement of public libraries and the services they provide;
  • must have the potential for broader impact and application beyond meeting a specific local need;
  • should be designed to effect changes in public library services that are innovative and responsive to the future; and
  • should be capable of completion within one year.

Applicants can include but are not limited to: local, regional or state libraries, associations or organizations, including units of the ALA, library schools, or individuals. Deadline for submissions is Dec. 21, 2012.

More information about the grant, submitting proposals and requirements of the recipient(s) is available online.

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