Whether you have received an Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant or not, nearly every library benefits from some type of LSTA-funded services in Pennsylvania. That’s why the Office of Commonwealth Libraries is asking you and your co-workers from all types (public, school, academic, and special) to complete a survey regarding how we use federal LSTA dollars.
Please note: More than one person should respond from each library location. This includes library directors, youth services workers, reference staff, technology staff, public or technical services staff, etc.
The survey, designed by QualityMetrics, a library consulting firm, should take no more than 20 minutes to complete.
The deadline to submit your response is coming up fast: Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Thanks for Your Help
So, please take some time to answer our questions. We need the opinions of staff from all departments of the library – administration, public or support services – not just the director’s opinion.
Your responses will help us to understand the work that is already being done by each of you; and they will help us to plan more effectively for the future.
Don’t forget! Complete our LSTA survey by Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Glenn R. Miller | Deputy Secretary & Commissioner for Libraries
Pennsylvania Department of Education | Office of Commonwealth Libraries
Room 200 Forum Building
607 South Drive | Harrisburg, PA 17120-0600
Phone: 717-783-2466 | www.education.pa.gov | @PaDeptofEd
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The mission of the Department of Education is to ensure that every learner has access to a world-class education system that academically prepares children and adults to succeed as productive citizens. Further, the Department seeks to establish a culture that is committed to improving opportunities throughout the commonwealth by ensuring that technical support, resources, and optimal learning environments are available for all students, whether children or adults.