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Literacy Matters Wiki: Asset-based Community Development MOU Page Guidelines

Please follow this format for your LS5843: Practicum Capstone Project A-B-C-D page.


1. Put the page title at the top of your page. Example: Dr. M.'s Asset-based Community Development MOU Page (Warm Brown, Heading 2)


2. Choose a copyright-free image from related to the community-based project you have planned with a non-profit agency or organization.  Size it and put in the left-hand column of a 1X1 table. Cite the source.


3. Copy and paste the Literacy Matters Logo in the right-hand column. Cite the source.


4. Title your project. Keyboard it just under the table. - Text font color: Warm Broan - Size: Heading 2 (See the example below.)


5. Name the project partners and their institutions. - Text font color: Warm Broan - Size: Heading 3 (See the example below.)


6. Copy and paste your completed MOU Template INTO Notepad to strip off all formatting.


7. Then copy your MOU onto your wiki page.


8. Remove explanations of each section and bold the subheading. (See the example below.)


9. List all references in Chicago Author-Date format, including ALSC competencies.



Dr. M.'s Partial Example Begins Here:


Dr. M.'s Asset-based Community Development MOU Page



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Extending Our Reach through Summer Reading


Partners: Dana Tucker, Public Services Librarian, North Branch, Denton Public Library, Michelle Lynn, School Librarian, Evers Park Elementary School, Carol Richmond, School Librarian, Wilson Elementary School, and Judi Moreillon, School Librarian Educator, School of Libary and Information Studies, Texas Woman's University


• Goals

1. To increase collaboration between the North Branch (NB) and the elementary librarians whose schools are in the NB service area through promotion of the Summer Reading Program (SRP) in order to prevent summer reading loss.
2. To increase the number of children from the NB feeder elementary schools who participate in the SLP as well as the number of children's materials in circulation.

• Objectives

3. Objectives for Goal #1:

A. The elementary school librarians will host the NB public service librarian in their schools in May 2014.

B. The school librarians will distribute promotional materials to all children and families during open house and end of the year celebrations.

C. As additional public relations for the SRP, both the public and school librarians will collect and distribute free books to children early in the summer months at summer program locations in Denton.

4. Objectives for Goal #2:

A. Participation in the North Branch SRP will increase by 10% over 2013; collect and report data by elementary school.

B. Children’s materials circulation will increase by 5% over June-July 2013.

C. Participation in SRP programs will increase by 10% over June-July 2013.

• ALSC Competencies: Programming Skills

5. Provides library outreach programs which meet community needs and library goals and objectives (#3).
6. Promotes library programs and services to underserved children and families (#5).


And so on...




Association for Library Service to Children. 2009. Competencies for Librarians Serving Children in Public Libraries. http://www.ala.org/alsc/edcareeers/alsccorecomps (accessed September 12, 2014).


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