NVR/ALA/NEH Pilot Site Opportunity

Sallymaro@aol.com
Tue, 13 Mar 2001 10:52:59 -0800 (PST)

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Would your library like to be a pilot site for the newest National Video
Resources/ALA/NEH viewing and discussion series, "Presidents, Politics and
Power: American Presidents Who Shaped the 20th Century"? Because of a change
in funding cycles the deadline to apply has been extended until April 13.

This is a 6-week series of scholar-led sessions, each featuring a filmed
presidential biography (largely David Grubin productions), and including
written materials by noted presidential scholars. Each of the 20 selected
pilot sites will receive all of the videos for the series, as well as support
materials. The sites will also receive a grant to pay a scholar honorarium
and support toward attendance by a libraraian and a local scholar at a
national training seminar in Chicago in October, 2001. All types of libraries
are encouraged to apply.

If you are interested in becoming a pilot site you can get further
information and an application form from the NVR web site, www.nvr.org, or
the ALA Public Programs site, www.ala.org/publicprograms. Or you may e-mail
me at sallymaro@aol.com.
Sally Mason-Robinson
Director of Library Projects, NVR

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Would your library like to be a pilot site for the newest National Video
Resources/ALA/NEH viewing and discussion series, "Presidents, Politics and
Power: American Presidents Who Shaped the 20th Century"?  Because of a change
in funding cycles the deadline to apply has been extended until April 13.

This is a 6-week series of scholar-led sessions, each featuring a filmed
presidential biography (largely David Grubin productions), and including
written materials by noted presidential scholars.  Each of the 20 selected
pilot sites will receive all of the videos for the series, as well as support
materials. The sites will also receive a grant to pay a scholar honorarium
and support toward attendance by a libraraian and a local scholar at a
national training seminar in Chicago in October, 2001. All types of libraries
are encouraged to apply.

If you are interested in becoming a pilot site you can get further
information and an application form from the NVR web site, www.nvr.org, or
the ALA Public Programs site, www.ala.org/publicprograms. Or you may e-mail
me at sallymaro@aol.com.
Sally Mason-Robinson
Director of Library Projects, NVR
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