[Neasis-l] Register Now for "Winning Library Grants" with Stephanie Gerding and Pam MacKellar

GSLIS CE2 gslisce2 at simmons.edu
Wed Feb 17 12:43:32 EST 2010

(Please excuse cross-posting)

*Simmons GSLIS Continuing Education*

*Winning Library Grants*
March 1 - 31, 2010 (online asynchronous)
$250 (Simmons GSLIS Alumni price $200)
PDPs: 15

In these difficult economic times, grant research and proposal writing 
skills are more important than ever for librarians. Grants may be the 
only way you can address changing needs in your community while your 
library budget is flat or shrinking. This online course will introduce 
you to the grant process from beginning to end with an emphasis on 
planning successful grant projects, funding sources for libraries, 
researching grant opportunities, preparing winning proposals, and tips, 
techniques and proven success stories from all types of libraries. 
Course modules are designed to follow the instructors' Grant Process 
Cycle model, which illustrates how grant work is ongoing and can be 
easily integrated into your jobs as librarians.

Instructors: Stephanie Gerding and Pam MacKellar are experienced on both 
sides of the grant process, having been grant reviewers, proposal 
writers, and grant project administrators. Stephanie and Pam co-authored 
the successful book, Grants for Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual for 
Librarians, and they write the Library Grants Blog, which lists grant 
announcements for libraries in one easy-to-access location. They have 
presented workshops on grants for libraries nationwide, and they are 
currently working on a new book, Winning Grants: A Multimedia 
How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians, forthcoming in 2010.

For more information about our online workshops see


For additional information or to register see
or contact gslisce at simmons.edu


Kris Liberman '87LS
Program Manager
Simmons GSLIS CE
T - 617-521-2803
F - 617-521-3192
gslisce at simmons.edu

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