in Madison, Wisc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Wisconsin Free Library Commission.|
|LC Classifications||Z677 .W5 1905|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||05037556|
An act of the Wisconsin Legislature (Chapter , laws of ) established the Wisconsin Free Library Commission in " to give advice and counsel to all free libraries in the state, and to all communities which may propose to establish them, as to the best means of establishing and administering such libraries, the selection of books, cataloging, and other details of library management. Sample Wisconsin Public Library Board of Trustees Bylaws This sample of library board bylaws was drafted by Mike Cross and may be adapted to local library use. Note that the material in brackets is for purposes of explanation and should be removed from the final bylaws approved by the board. As a result of the Patriot Act at the federal level and the Parental Access to Library Records legislation at the state level, library directors and trustees have been prompted to think about patron privacy in Wisconsin libraries. Since both laws affect the rights and protections our library users receive, public library officials need to make sure privacy protection requirements are relayed to all library staff and others whose roles may bring them into contact with library . Legislative changes during the past two decades have made the role of Wisconsin's counties even more vital to the development of our state's public libraries. In Governor Thompson signed SB which became law as Act The provisions in this law that have had the greatest impact are those relating to county library planning and funding. In Governor Doyle signed SB which.
Each of Wisconsin's 72 counties are members of a regional public library system. In order to join a library system, each county was required to develop a county library plan. Counties are statutorily required to not only adopt but to maintain a county library plan in order to remain system members. Library systems are required annually to certify statutory compliance of their member counties. Since , when a Wisconsin man built a little, free library to honor his late mother, who loved books, copycats inspired by his example have put thousands of Little Free Libraries all over the U. Wisconsin State Law Library. Serving the Wisconsin Supreme Court and State of Wisconsin. Skip to content. Our libraries remain closed to the public. The health and safety of our library users and staff are top priorities. Find a book or journal in our catalog. Online articles, journals, and books. Use the Library. Forty-eight states and the District of Columbia have laws protecting the confidentiality of library records. Two states, Kentucky and Hawaii, have attorney general's opinions protecting library users' privacy. The language of these provisions vary from state to state. The majority of these laws declare that a library user's records and information are confidential, and not subject to.
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