Current Library Legislation and Future Trends Subtitle Who knows under what Oklahoma Statute your library is legally established? Why do I care? Tell us a little about yourself and your library Name Library Position Number of Days / Years
Number of Staff Today we will cover the following: Development of Oklahoma Public Libraries Oklahoma Department of Libraries State Library Establishment Laws State & Federal Laws and Regulations Affecting Public Libraries Open Meetings/Records Confidentiality Theft Copyright Americans with Disabilities Act STATE AID Performance Measures Annual Report
LSTA/IMLS Childrens Internet Protection Act USA Patriot Act Edge Oklahoma Department of Libraries Reading in Your Library The Future of the Library Current Trends working to preserve history, expand knowledge, and enrich lives ODL SERVICES Library Development Literacy
Archives & Records Reference & Circulation Government Information Law & Legislative Reference ODL Initiatives Now on to Oklahoma Laws Laws & Regulations Affecting Oklahoma Libraries ps://libraries.ok.gov/law-legislative-reference/library-laws/ Why
are Public Libraries Legally Established under Oklahoma Statutes? Oklahoma Statutes - Title 11. Cities and Towns LIBRARIES - Article 31 Section 101-108 11-31-101. estimate Establishment of municipal libraries Financial statement and 11-31-102. Library board of directors 11-31-103.
Organization of library board 11-31-104. Powers and duties of library board - Fixing of fees 11-31-105. Grounds and building 11-31-106. Library board may impose fines or penalties 11-31-107. Donations 11-31-108.
Annual report of board Public Library Systems Title 65 Article 4 Section 101-107 65-4-101. Authority for establishment. 65-4-102. Procedure for establishment and termination. 65-4-103. Governing boards - Membership - Tenure - Qualifications Compensation. 65-4-104. System board of trustees - Officers - Meetings - Quorum. 65-4-105. System board of trustees - Powers and duties. 65-4-106. Personnel. 65-4-107. Financing. Rural Single County Library Systems Title 65 Article 4 Section 201-206 65-4-201. Establishment, special levies authorized - Incorporation of existing libraries. 65-4-202. Creation by resolution, ordinance or petition - Multicounty library
systems - Termination. 65-4-203. Board of trustees - Membership - Terms. 65-4-204. System board officers - Quorum. 65-4-205. System board of trustees - Powers and duties. 65-4-206. Librarian - Qualifications - Powers. Take 10 minutes to answer the questions on Title 11 vs Title 65 How is a public library created How is it funded Who is on the library board? s r e
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ng o l How What powers d o they have? ? e v ser OTHER STATE LAWS Open Meetings Law Title 25, Articles 301-314 a.Notice b.Annual Schedule
c.Agendas d.Minutes e.Executive sessions ! s k l o F y l s u o i r e S
t Bu Open Records Act Title 51 Articles 24A.1 24A.9 a. Minutes of board meetings b. Names & salaries of library employees c. Library policies d. Records of income & expenses e. Library card holder records Confidentiality Title 65 Articles 1-105 Library records showing
what was checked out or used by individuals (computers) is confidential a. Exceptions library administration authorized in writing by individual court order b. 2013 minors records shall not be disclosed Title 21. Crimes and Punishments Chapter 68 - Larceny Section 1739 - Library Theft Any person shall be guilty, upon conviction, of library theft who willfully: Removes or attempts to remove any library material from the premises of a library facility without authority; or 1.
2. Mutilates, destroys, alters or otherwise damages, in whole or in part, any library materials; or 3. Fails to return any library materials which have been lent to said person by the library facility, within seven (7) days after demand has been made for the return of the library materials. FEDERAL LAWS Copyright Copier notice Americans with Disabilities Act Material Building Website Federal
1st Amendment Public Forum Personnel - OSHA; FLSA; EEO Erate - USAC & OUSF Taxes Gifts, Friends OKLAHOMA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE TITLE 405 CHAPTER 2 STATE AID GRANTS TO PUBLIC LIBRARIES STATE AID HIGHLIGHTS CE STAFF Ho u rs s
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ANN U What comes after Summer Reading? AL R E PO RT A. LIBRARY DATA (A1-A34) B. STATE AID (B1-B53) C. INCOME (C1-C18) D. EXPENDITURES (D1-D27) E. CARRYOVER (E7-E9) F. MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT (F1-F4) G. CAPITAL INCOME (G1-G7) H. CAPITAL EXPENDITURES (H1-H7) I. HOLDINGS (I1-I44)
J. OUTLET DATA (J1-J14) K. SCHEDULE OF HOURS (K1-K6) L. REFERENCE/CIRCULATION (L1-L13) M. BORROWERS (M1-M6) N. PROGRAMS/INTERLIBRARY (N1-N17) O. CE/INTERNET USE (O1-O24) P. SALARIES AND BENEFITS (P1-P17) Q. EQUIPMENT (Q1-Q11) R. POLICIES/CATALOG (R1-R18) S. PLANNING (S1-S11) T. BOARD/STAFF DATA (T1-T17) U. STAFF (U1-U8) BOARD ROSTER STAFF ROSTER SURVEY ps://libraries.ok.gov/librarians/library-development/library-reporting / Public Library Reporting and Statistics
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Internet Protection Act Patriot Act Edge Oklahoma Reading The Department of Libraries in Your Library Future of the Library Current Trends What is LSTA? Library Services & Technology Act
The only federal program only for Libraries Administered by IMLS, the Institute for Museum and Library Services State libraries use the funds to support statewide initiatives and also distribute the funds through subgrants or cooperative agreements to public, school, academic, research, and special libraries. There is a requirement for a state match, which helps
stimulate approximately three to four dollars for every federal dollar invested. LSTA and ODL Many of ODLs grants and services to public libraries are funded by LSTA Statewide databases like EBSCO and Britannica- there are currently 32 Summer Public Reading @ Your Library Library Academy which is required for certification
Interlibrary The All Loan OLA Conference Grant ODL classes offered through the computer lab Literacy Health Development Literacy Grants LSTA Grants Must.
Explain who will be helped by the grant That what you are asking for fits the grants requirements Show how this grant files into the long range goals of your library Provide measureable outcomes of how this grant will improve your libraries services
Propose goals that are realistic for you, library, staff, & community Show how you will measure the outcomes/effectiveness Use the outcomes to show what difference the grant will make To apply: Must have received certification
Must be employed in a public library in Oklahoma Must earn less than 35,000 gross income Your library must be eligible for state aid Must fill out application by deadline Must
participate in a conference call Must submit post-conference report ODL/OLA Conference Grant CIPA What? The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires that K12 schools and libraries in the United States use Internet filters and implement other measures to protect children from harmful online content as a condition for federal funding.
CIPA-Childrens Internet Protection Act Congress enacted CIPA in 2000 to address concerns about children's access to obscene or harmful content over the Internet. Schools and libraries subject to CIPA may not receive the discounts offered by the E-rate program unless they certify that they have an Internet safety policy that includes technology protection measures. The protection measures must block or filter Internet
access to pictures that are: (a) obscene; (b) child pornography; or (c) harmful to minors More About CIPA And A Little More About CIPA Access by minors to inappropriate matter on the Internet; The safety & security of minors when using electronic mail, chat rooms & other forms of direct electronic communications; Unauthorized access, including so-called hacking, & other unlawful activities by minors online;
Unauthorized disclosure, use, and dissemination of personal information regarding minors; and Measures restricting minors' access to materials harmful to them. CIPA The USA PATRIOT Act is an Act of Congress that was signed into law by President George W. Bush on October
26, 2001. With its ten-letter abbreviation (USA PATRIOT) expanded, the full title is Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001. The USA Patriot Act Why 9/11? In an effort to prevent terrorism, The Patriot Act facilitated information sharing and cooperation among government agencies so that they can better connect the dots.
So how and why does this affect libraries? Why Is The USA Patriot Act Important? The ALA considers sections of the USA PATRIOT ACT to be a present danger to the constitutional rights and privacy rights of library users The ALA opposes any use of governmental power to suppress the free and open exchange of knowledge and information
Libraries are key sources of information for their communities. All of these things are threatened by the power that the USA PATRIOT Act gives to law enforcement authorities More On The USA Patriot Act If you would like to know more:
The USA Patriot Act USA Patriot Act and Intellectual Freedom The USA Patriot Act in the Library The USA Patriot Act: Preserving Life and Liberty All of these links can be found on your class website.
Information On The USA Patriot Act Edge is a nationally recognized management & leadership tool that is helping libraries & local governments work together to achieve community goals. Libraries use Edge to access & improve their technology access & services in 4 critical areas: Workforce Access to Legal and E-government Resources Education
Health Development and Lifelong Learning and Wellness Edge Benchmarks Assessment Tool Resources Recommendations & Planning
Training Community Engagement The Edge Toolkit Your Edge Information Links http://www.libraryedge.org/ https://libraries.ok.gov/edge/ Amy Brandley, [email protected] Reading Libraries=Education What
Does A Library Look Like? Trending: Library of the Future Arent libraries just a bunch of books? Well, no actually. Libraries have transformed. Reading Everything Changes When We Read Why? What is Reading Good For? The Future=Reading The Future=Reading
Fiction literate people read fiction its the gateway drug to reading The drive to turn the page Learn new words
Think new thoughts Keep going The discovery that reading is pleasurable Fiction builds empathy; empathy helps us be more than selfobsessed individuals The world doesnt have to be like this, it can be different -Neil Gaiman
The Future=Reading Reading Is Key Words are how we navigate the world Even the world on the internet; we need to follow, to communicate, and to comprehend what we are reading People who cannot understand each other cannot exchange ideas, cannot communicate
To raise literate children teach them to read, show them reading is pleasurable We do this by finding books they enjoy reading, whatever that may be The Future of Libraries is. Books, books, books, books
Space to read those books Physical space Virtual space Digital space Intellectual space Freedom And more.. *check out the entire article here So What Do We Do?
Freedom to Read Freedom of Ideas Freedom of Communi-cation Libraries Transforming Our Image, Building Our Brand Libraries across the country and beyond are refocusing what the library stands for, what it does, how it represents itself.
Recognizing that the public library in America was originally established as an educational institution, libraries are taking steps to regain that esteemed status. The Future=Libraries=Education The Future=Libraries=Education Let Me Introduce Valerie Gross, MM, MLS, JD! Developed a 21st century vision for libraries What can the Power of Language do for Libraries?
Lets say you were meeting with Senator Oklahoma, who is about to vote on a funding cut for the library, and he asks you, what does ABC library do? We deliver equal opportunity in Education to literally everyone in ABC. The Future=Libraries=Education Other Terminology That Could Be Improved What does Program mean? Radio or television show Event information in the form of a small booklet
Something computer related Try using class, seminar, workshop, event, initiative, or project? Include: we develop class content, we develop & teach curriculum, classes are taught by library instructors, teachers, or trained professionals The Future=Libraries=Education Other Terminology That Could Be Improved
Storytime means what? Include language that explains what storytime is: Learning new letters, numbers, & colors Develop social skills Creative expression How to follow instructions The Foundations of Reading: listening, sounds in words, vocabulary building, rhythm and rhyme The Future=Libraries=Education You Get the idea, right? Other Ideas for Terms to Change: Circ Desk to Information Desk
Reference to Research Circulation to borrow or loan items Circulation department/desk to customer service department/desk Program material to curriculum
Patron/user to student/customer Entertainment to fun, engaging fiction Juvenile to Childrens So, What Does A Library Look Like? The Future=Your Imagination Short Readin g Robot
s Data Everywhere Basic Incom e Drone s Collectiv e Impact Digital Natives Lets Give It A Try Urbaniza -tion
Connecte d Learning Unplugge d Make r Spac e Sharing Econom y Privac y Shiftin g
Income Inequalit y Gamifi -cation Emergin g Adulthoo d Resilienc e The Future=Your Imagination Fast Casu
al Fando m Flipped Learnin g Interne t of Things Haptic Technolog y Anonymit y
Virtua l Realit y Badgin g Connecte d Toys Aging Advanc es Lets Wrap This Up
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