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Producer: Ohio Library Council
Turning the Page Online is a FREE library advocacy training course developed and presented by the Public Library Association (PLA) with generous support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This program is designed to give the skills and confidence people need to advocate successfully on behalf of their libraries.
There are 11 courses in Turning the Page online:
To receive a certificate of completion, Getting Started, What’s Next and four electives must be completed. Estimated total time: 4-5 hours.
This program is the companion to Turning the Page 2.0, PLA’s six-week, facilitated version of the same training, which Utah State Library offered twice in 2013. View Utah’s facilitated sessions:
At this point you have created a solid Advocacy Work Plan based upon your established advocacy goal (“Getting Started” & Week 1). The purpose of Week 6 is to begin to put that plan into action and determine how to make your goals a reality.
This Week’s Goals
A. Identifying key milestones and determining what ‘success’ means for your Advocacy Work Plan.
B. Case study about needing funding but procrastinating in developing a plan and asking.
C. Case study about getting the city hall and the board all on the same page.
D. Team communication.
E. Your completed Advocacy Work Plan: So what’s next?
Audience: Turning the Page 2.0 participants; all Utah library workers and supporters
Instructor: Catherine Hakala-Ausperk
Recording Date: 9 Dec. 2013
Series: Turning the Page 2.0 Utah!