December 1, 2015

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Issues FY2013 Annual Report

From a Introductory Blog Post by Susan Hildreth, IMLS Director:

Through grants, partnerships, and participation in IMLS social networks and research,a broad range of museum professionals contribute to the success of IMLS programs. Each year thousands of library and museum professionals develop thoughtful grant proposals, participate as peer reviewers, and share perspectives in IMLS project profiles and blog posts.  Because of their hard work IMLS-supported  programs and partnerships serve  millions of people in the U.S each year.

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This report provides many examples of how we meet our high priority goals: helping museums and libraries offer engaging learning experiences, enabling them to be strong community anchors, aiding in the care of museum and library collections, and promoting use of technology to increase access to content.

Read Susan Hildreth’s Complete Blog Post/Report Intro

The report is available on the IMLS web site (20 pages; PDF) and also embedded below.

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) FY2014 Annual Report by LJ’s infoDOCKET




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