5 CA ADC § 20332


5 CCR s 20332

Cal. Admin. Code tit. 5, s 20332


CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
TITLE 5. EDUCATION
DIVISION 2. CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY
CHAPTER 1. LIBRARY SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE STATE
SUBCHAPTER 2. LIBRARY OF CALIFORNIA
ARTICLE 7. STATEWIDE SERVICES
This database is current through 02/09/07, Register 2007, No. 6
s 20332. Preservation.


This program of the Act preserves, and provides widespread access to,
library materials documenting California's heritage, enhancing
California's educational opportunities and economic future, and portraying
California's cultural diversity.
(a) Any member of a regional library network or a regional library network
or a combination thereof is eligible to receive funds for preservation
projects.

(b) Eligible projects include but are not limited to:

(1) preservation of library materials in any format by
reformatting, digitizing, conservation treatment, and other
appropriate preservation methods;


(2) preservation program management, including needs assessment and
planning, research and testing, training, disaster preparedness and
recovery, and other managerial activities;


(3) improvement of collection security and the storage environment;
and


(4) other projects necessary to preserve library materials
consistent with the purposes of this program.


(c) Each member of a regional library network participating in a project
under Education Code Section 18856 (b) shall demonstrate a commitment to
ongoing preservation. Library resources preserved, in whole or part, under
this program, shall be made available for long-term resource sharing
purposes and shall be represented on electronic or bibliographic databases
accessible regionally and/or statewide.

(d) The state board shall select the projects for implementation on the
basis of the following criteria:

(1) demonstrated need for the project;


(2) evidence of adequate planning;


(3) anticipated effectiveness of the proposed approach and plan of
operation in addressing the need;


(4) qualifications and skills of key personnel;


(5) cost-effectiveness and adequacy of resources to achieve the
project goal(s);


(6) sufficient local or other funds committed to project purposes;


(7) uniqueness of materials to be preserved;


(8) contribution of materials to be preserved toward documenting
California's heritage, enhancing California's educational and
economic future, and portraying California's cultural diversity;


(9) adequacy of the resource sharing plan; and


(10) appropriateness of the evaluation plan.


(e) Each applicant seeking funds under this program shall submit an
application that addresses the criteria in Section 20332(d) of this
subchapter.

(f) The state board shall identify priorities, procedures, and eligible
costs for preservation projects through subsequent rulemaking conducted
under the provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act (Chapter 3.5 of
Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, commencing at Section
11340).

(g) Each applicant receiving funds under this program shall submit a final
report comparing project goals with actual accomplishments and budget
estimates with actual expenditures. The final evaluation, using the
methodology specified in the application (Section 20332(d)(10) of this
subchapter), shall also be included.


Note: Authority cited: Section 18821, Education Code. Reference:
Section 18856(b), Education Code.

HISTORY

1. New section filed 5-8-2000; operative 6-7-2000 (Register 2000, No. 19).

5 CCR s 20332, 5 CA ADC s 20332
1CAC

5 CA ADC s 20332

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