4/22/2013 UPDATE: Per ALA Washington Office, this webinar has been canceled:
“Unfortunately, we’ve had to cancel tomorrow’s webinar titled, “What to Know Before You Go to National Library Legislative Day (or Participate from the Safety of your Community!).” Stephanie Vance, our advocacy consultant, is dealing with a family emergency.
For anyone interested, here is the link the webinar we did before Leg Day last year: http://vimeo.com/40158365
The specifics have obviously changed but the advocacy tips remain quite relevant. Additionally, first time participants are encouraged to attend “Pre-Conference” at the Washington Office on May 6 from 3-5pm. Stephanie and I will lead that session.”
A free informational webinar on what to expect with this year’s National Library Legislative Day will be held on Tuesday, April 23rd from 8-9pm. The American Library Association Washington Office is trying a new time to see if more people can participate. If you miss it, the webinar will be archived.
For a full description and to register, please go to the registration form.
For more information on the National Library Legislative Day plans for Maryland participants, please see the Legislative Panel’s blog post.