Library Services and Technology Act. Report for 1998.Report as inadecuate

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This document reports on Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) subgrant projects in Michigan for fiscal year (FY) 1998. The introductory section includes: a description of AccessMichigan, the umbrella online service that includes a collection of more than 67 commercial databases, the SPAN (Serials, Periodicals and Newspapers) service, and the Michigan Electronic Library; AccessMichigan statistics for FY 1997/98; a state map of U.S. Congressional districts and list of representatives; and the Library of Michigan's LSTA program goals. The first section of the report lists LSTA subgrant awards in FY 1998 by Michigan Congressional districts and includes comments from previous LSTA subgrant programs. In the second section, LSTA competitive and noncompetitive subgrants awarded in FY 1998 are listed by the following funding areas: advanced technology; basic library technology; children in poverty; Internet access program; Internet training center enhancement; major urban resource libraries; persons having difficulty using a library; regional/subregional; and regions of cooperation. The members of the LSTA 1998 Advisory Council are also listed. (MES)

Descriptors: Federal Aid, Grants, Information Technology, Internet, Libraries, Library Funding, Library Networks, Library Services, State Programs

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Author: Michigan Library, Lansing.


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