ERIC Number: ED230206
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: N/A
The South Carolina Program for Library Development, 1983-1988, under the Library Services and Construction Act (P.L. 95-123, FY 1983).
South Carolina State Library, Columbia.
Prepared as an outline of the long range South Carolina library development program required by the Library Services and Construction Act (LSCA), this document describes: (1) the library public, with emphasis on disadvantaged, blind, physically handicapped, elderly, and institutionalized persons as well as persons with limited English speaking ability; (2) library education, library networks, and libraries in South Carolina, including its state, public, institutional, academic, and special libraries, school library media centers, and TEC (technical college) learning resource centers; (3) the criteria, priorities, and procedures to be used for measuring the adequacy of library services, library buildings, and interlibrary cooperation; and (4) program goals and objectives, which include strengthening of the state library, improving public library services, extending library services to the institutionalized and physically handicapped, and enhancing library cooperation. Appendices comprise the text of the South Carolina Code, 1976, Title 60; compilations of public, institutional, and academic library statistics, including a comparison of academic library statistics with ALA standards; data showing the number of public assistance applicants and food stamp participants by county; a compilation of recent statistical trends from the South Carolina Statistical Abstract; a sample library state aid agreement form; and the 1983 membership list of the South Carolina State Advisory Council on Libraries. (ESR)
Publication Type: Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: South Carolina State Library, Columbia.
Identifiers - Location: South Carolina
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Library Services and Construction Act