Policy Considerations—What are the Legal Risks? Mary Minow, J.D., A.M.L.S.
Details many of the concerns libraries face regarding liability issues and provides recommendations for policy development.
Best Practices for Patron Computers Mickey R. Boyd.
Florida libraries are experiencing high usage of public-access computing resources for E-Government activities. It is important to offer patrons a safe computer environment for E-Government and public access activities.
Legal Information and Resources for Librarians ( 3.5MB PowerPoint)
PowerPoint developed for frontline library staff who assist patrons with their legal information needs.
Florida E-Government Projects
Right Service at the Right Time
This is a one-stop service to help those seeking and applying for various forms of public assistance. The site features an easy to use discovery engine that can be implemented in any community to match customers with specific resources to meet their needs.
Get Help Florida
The statewide Web portal provides access to hundreds of E-Government resources, organized by category, enabling users to quickly and easily locate agencies that can assist them.
Project Compass Florida
This is a Florida-specific website that supports the workforce recovery efforts of public libraries by helping library staff increase their knowledge of available resources and handle the service needs of unemployed and job-seeking patrons.
Projects are funded (in part or whole) under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Florida Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.
Workforce Recovery Newsletter is a monthly update full of information to support the workforce recovery efforts of libraries.
Now Available—April 2013
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