Campaign: Workshop Ideas 2014

Evaluation of Impact of Digital Projects

Since IMLS promotes museums and libraries as strong community anchors that enhance civic engagement, cultural opportunities, and economic vitality we need to see examples of projects that have proven to have these impacts. Also how did they evaluate impact

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IMLS Grant Programs: Priorities

What are the opportunities for libraries, archives, and museums in the 21st century? What programs, ideas, and innovations should the IMLS support in order to get the best return on its investments? Talk to IMLS staff about the priorities they should consider in the next grant cycles.

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IMLS Grant Programs: Outcomes and Impact

When a project is finished, the IMLS wants to know what worked and what could be improved, so we can all demonstrate the value of our work. Talk to IMLS staff about your ideas for evaluating the outcomes and impact of your projects: formal evaluations processes; interim and final reports; costs and benefits; and other topics are on the agenda.

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IMLS Grant Programs: Improving the application process

Even within the complex mechanism generated by statutes, regulations, grants.gov, and accountability, there's plenty of room for improvement. Talk to IMLS staff about your ideas for making the application process for grants simpler and better.

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