January 25, 2012

What do you think about NH's LSTA Program?

A recent announcement from Janet Eklund, Administrator of Library Operations, New Hampshire State Library:

As you may know, LSTA (Library Services & Technology Act) provides funds to each state. The amount of funding received by New Hampshire is based on a population-driven formula. In order to continue receiving federal LSTA fund, we are required to submit a plan every five years that outlines how our LSTA funding will be used to meet the goals of the Library Services & Technology Act. The act also requires NH to conduct an evaluation of its programs from 2008 - 2012. Our next five year plan is due to the Institute of Museum & Library Services in June, and will incorporate data from our evaluation. Our evaluation is due to IMLS in March.

Please take a few minutes (no more than 10 min. to complete) to take the survey to help the NH State Library in its evaluation requirement. We need you to complete the survey by the end of THIS WEEK. Click on this link to take you to the survey:


The State Librarian and I thank you for your input.

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