“Everything You Need to Know about Grants: Beginning, Middle and End” was a 90-minute session presented at the Society of California Archivists Annual General Meeting in Berkeley, CA, on April 13, 2013. As a part of the archival community, many of us know that grants are an excellent way to reduce backlogs or accomplish projects we don't have the resources to tackle. However, what many of us may not know is how much work goes into successfully implementing and completing a grant. The purpose of this session was to assemble a group of individuals who have been involved in various aspects of the grant application and implementation process to share their expertise with the archival community. The session utilized a question and answer format with a moderator asking pre-arranged questions. This article provides excerpts from the panelists’ responses.
Richardson, Katie; Nykanen, Melissa; Williams, Gregory L.; Larson McGee, Holly Rose; and Henricks, Jamie, "Everything You Need to Know about Grants: Beginning, Middle and End" (2014). Pepperdine University, Librarian Publications. Paper 1.