Transportation Libraries and Information Centers

NAME:Idaho Technology Transfer (T2) Center - LTAP

Technical Assistance Provider

Date of Last Update:

Name of library or information center:
Idaho Technology Transfer (T2) Center - LTAP

Name of parent organization (if applicable):

Title of person to which library or information center director reports:

Is your information center a member of a Transportation Knowledge Network?:
Not a TKN Member

Do you provide access to your information collection to the general public (either on-site or on-line, with or without a fee)?:

Describe any special conditions for accessing your resources or services (e.g. by appointment, affiliations required):

Provide a description of your information collection:
The Idaho Technology Transfer Center video library contains over 300 tapes available for loan. The video library is a valuable source of information. The tapes can be used for on-site training, as presentation aids, and as informational resources on specific topics. Some of the videos were produced by other states and have been included because of the general process, procedures or information that they provide. The specific details, policies or references illustrated may not be available or may not conform to Idaho State or local policy. Catalogs are available by request free of charge at any time.

What are the particular subject strengths of your collection?:

# Professional Staff:

# Support Staff :

Special notes or comments about your library or information center:

Contact Information

Name of Primary Contact:
Bruce Drewes


3330 Grace Street ,





Mailing Address (if different):
P.O. Box 440911

Main phone:
(208) 344-0565

Fax Number:
(208) 344-0789

Main email:


Training Services

Do you provide online training courses?

Do you offer in-person training courses?

Do you maintain a knowledge base of lessons learned or best practices?

Do you maintain a directory of experts or provide referrals to experts as part of your services?

Are any of your training materials catalogued into OCLC?

If you are affiliated with a library, please provide its name:

Organization Type:
Academic/Research Institution

Special Collections

Please list any special collections that you maintain