Library Advocacy Day Training @ALA Conference

“Library Advocacy Day: What to Know Before You Go,” a training session to help prepare you for the event, will be offered during the American Library Association (ALA) Conference.  Anyone may attend this free training session and you do not have to be registered for the ALA Conference.  The details and a program description appear below.  The training session will basically be the same as the webinar by the same title that was presented on May 24th, with some more time spent on federal legislation and issues.  If you can’t make it to the training session and missed the webinar, the video of the webinar is available online.

For more information on Library Advocacy Day, please view the posting on the Maryland Library Association’s Legislative Panel blog. 

Training Session:

Library Advocacy Day: What to Know Before You Go

Do you have questions about Library Advocacy Day?  Are you attending Congressional meetings, and aren’t sure how they work?  Are you registered to volunteer, but aren’t sure what to do?  This is perfect opportunity to have all your questions answered.  Stephanie Vance and Kristin Murphy will walk you through how the rally will work, what hot federal issues will be discussed and what to expect when you talk to your members of Congress.  If you’ve registered to volunteer, you’ll also have a chance to ask questions and find out where you need to be at what time.

Date:  June 26, 2010

Time:  10:30 a.m. – noon

Room: Washington Convention Center, Room 103 B

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