• Library Services & Technology Act Michigan Report for 2012 Every year the Library of Michigan administers the annual "Grants to States" allotment of federal Library Services and Technology Act funds for the State of Michigan and for Michigan libraries. Karren Reish is the coordinator of these important federal funds, and our Library of Michigan team utilizes them for huge projects like the Michigan eLibrary and small ones like grants to the Michigan Library Association to provide conferences for adademic and children's librarians. If you are interested in how these federal funds translate into library success stories in Michigan, read the Library Services & Technology Act Michigan Report for 2012. You may think you know how it all gets used, but you might be pleasantly surprised by some of it!
• Library of Michigan Annual Report 2011-2012 Here you will find State Librarian Nancy Robertson's 2011-2012 annual report to the legislature regarding the activities of the Library of Michigan. Read about MeL, the Summer Reading Program, Michigan Notable Books, our digitization programs, Plinkit, the Quality Service Audit Checklist for public libraries project, the School Libraries in the 21st Century program, Michigan Reads!, and our many partnerships. We're proud of our accomplishments and happy to share more about them with you. Feel free to contact us about any aspect of our activities.
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• Nancy Robertson visits Wayne State UniversityState Librarian Nancy Robertson attended the Wayne State University School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) Annual Recognition Ceremony on the evening of April 16, 2013. Pictured in the photo are Dean of University Libraries and SLIS Sandy Yee, SLIS Director Stephen Bajjaly, Nancy, and Distinguished Alumni Award recipient and speaker, Cathy Russ, director of the Troy Public Library.