The ALA Book of Library Grant Money (Google eBook)

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Ann Kepler
American Library Association, 2012 - Business & Economics - 429 pages
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No institution is immune from the current budget crunch, and sometimes a grant can make the difference between maintaining or cutting services. Completely overhauled since its last edition, this directory of library and school grants remains the gold standard for locating sources of funding.
  

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If you have the time and are in desperate need of a grant to keep your leaning commons collection moving forward, then the purchase price of this book may be worth the investment. However, you are ... Read full review

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A veteran editor of trade, educational, and reference books, Ann Kepler has also authored more than a dozen books. She consults in project development and management, and teaches writing clarity and technique for corporate and professional clients. Kepler holds degrees in English and modern languages and has written extensively on business, healthcare, and organizational issues.

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