The Message from Patti Butcher:
FROM: Patti Butcher
ABOUT: Statewide ILDP Meeting
At the request of ILDP members, the State Library of Kansas will hold a facilitated discussion about the program on November 1 from 12 – 3pm.
The discussion will be available via ELMeR (HD video conferencing) in the following libraries:
Norton/NWKLS, Hays, Dodge City, Wichita, Topeka, Burlington/Coffey County, and Johnson County. *
The goals of the meeting are to review the program, get issues and concerns on the table, and to hear ideas on the future.
Facilitating the discussion will be Jobeth Bradbury of Gossage Sager and Associates. Jobeth will be gathering and grouping questions in preparation for the meeting. Your questions for the discussion should be sent in advance to her BY 5pm OCT. 29th, at email@example.com.
In preparation for this meeting, the following materials are included (via email):
● History of the program
Statute authorizing ILDP
ILDP Fund History
Resource ILDP grant recipients 2004-2008
● Top 50 resource sharing libraries in Kansas, 2004 – 2006
● Agreement and reporting forms for Resource Libraries
● Meeting location information* (see attached)
If you have specific questions concerning the documentation provided, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 1, 2007
Introductory Remarks — Christie Brandau, State Library
Legislative Background — Melanie Miller, Hays Public Library
Program Overview Information — Patti Butcher, State Library
Questions & Discussion — Jobeth Bradbury, Facilitator Gossage Sager Assoc.
75-2575Chapter 75.–STATE DEPARTMENTS; PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Article 25.–STATE LIBRARY AND LIBRARY SERVICES 75-2575. Interlibrary cooperation and resource sharing; purpose of act. The purpose of this act is to provide for a more orderly process whereby all types of libraries in Kansas may participate in programs of interlibrary cooperation and resource sharing. It is deemed appropriate that there be a state-level coordinating authority for recommending statewide priorities for interlibrary cooperation and resource sharing among all of the various libraries in Kansas. Cooperative planning and priority recommendation by a state-level organization, which is broadly representative of all of the libraries in the state, can assure an efficient and comprehensive statewide development of library services.
History: L. 1981, ch. 319, § 1; July 1.