Programming Policies and Evaluation

Librarians working in public libraries may be interested in the newest Field Initiated Study (FIS).

The Programming Policies and Evaluation FIS includes a summary of responses from two Libnet inquiries regarding public library programming policies and evaluation procedures. It provides examples of actual policies and evaluation forms used at a variety of public libraries in Colorado.

For more information, please click the title above or visit our Field Initiated Studies section.

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