Kansas Trustee Resources
Statewide group membership provided by the State Library of Kansas in partnership with the Friends of Kansas Libraries (FoKL) and the Kansas Library Trustee Association (KLTA).
Trustee Academy, a series of six online courses to help Trustees become exceptionally proficient in their roles on behalf of their libraries.
Baby Boomer Volunteers for Libraries and Friends, a three-part series of webcasts is designed to inform library Friends, Trustees, and staff about this new generation of baby boomer volunteers - how they are different from volunteers in the past, what they want from service opportunities, and how libraries and Friends can attract them.
Friends & Foundations Zone, which provides members-only access to toolkits, current and past issues of The Voice newsletter, publications, webinars, special offers, and more.
Trustee Zone, which provides members-only access to toolkits, current and past issues of The Voice newsletter, publications, practical guides, webinars, special offers, and more.
To sign up for your own customizable access, there is an online form at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/united-kansas to fill out. Once it is received, access specifically for your library will be sent via email with your login credentials, which will be valid through 12/31/14.
To get access right away or if you have any questions, have problems logging in, or need further assistance, now or in the future, please contact Beth Nawalinski with United for Libraries by phone at (800) 545-2433, ext. 2161 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you ever need login assistance evenings, weekends, or holidays, please email email@example.com it is monitored on evenings, weekends, and holidays to ensure Trustees and Friends can get the help they need as quickly as possible. We know Trustee and Friends are often doing their volunteer work outside of normal business hours so we do our best to provide assistance during those hours.
Past Kansas Trustee Certification Program information
Additional Trustee Resources (provided by other states)
Working with Library Boards (resources- blended-learning course was offered during Spring 2011)