Grant Proposal Development for Libraries
Instructor: Grace Agnew
Dates: Not currently scheduled
Credits: 1.5 CEUs
Grant Proposal Development for Libraries takes a scenario-driven approach to learning to develop effective and successful grant proposals. Students will learn the components of a successful grant proposal and will develop each component of the proposal by developing a grant proposal prospectus for a real world scenario during the course. Components of grant proposals that are covered in the course include the organization proposing the grant, with a focus to understanding the costs and benefits of a grant to the organization, the funding agency, including selecting the right agency for a proposal, the audience for the grant, including understanding the needs of the audience and engaging the audience and the innovation and impact of the grant concept.
Dr. Agnew discussed this course at length on the LJA News and Comment blog.
Grace Agnew is Associate University Librarian for Digital Library Systems at the Rutgers University Libraries. She has been an adjunct professor in the Library Information Science program at Rutgers University since 2005, where she developed and taught the course, Metadata for the Information Professional. She is co-author of Getting Mileage Out of Metadata (ALA, 1999) and Digital Rights Management: A Librarians’ Guide to Technology and Practice (Chandos Press, 2008). Interview with Grace Agnew
This is an online class that is taught asynchronously, meaning that participants do the work on their own time as their schedules allow. The class does not meet together at any particular times, although the instructor may set up optional sychronous chat sessions. Instruction includes readings and assignments in one-week segments. Class participation is in an online forum environment.
Please contact us to arrange a special session of this class for a group of seven or more, with a negotiable discount, or to be notified when it is next scheduled.