Posts Tagged 'Webinar'



Free Webinar – Election Update & Connecting with the New Congress

If you would like a recap of the 2012 elections, a preview of what library issues may be considered during the 113th Congress, and some ideas of how to connect with and influence members of Congress, this webinar is for you! Sign up for the “Election Update and Connecting with the New Congress” webinar being held on Monday, November 19th from 4:00-5:00pm, and sponsored by the American Library Association Washington Office. Click on this link for more information, including a registration form.

Also, if you haven’t already done so, you can use Capwiz to congratulate legislators who won in the elections (and help to put libraries on their radar). If you’re new to Capwiz, this is an easy way to try it out. Not sure who won? Check the election results on the Maryland State Board of Elections web site.

 

Free Webinar: Making the Election Connection

The American Library Association Washington Office is offering a free webinar on Wednesday, September 26th, 4-5pm. Learn how libraries can encourage engagement in the elections and make a difference at the polls. See the registration page for more details and to register.

Free Library Advocacy Webinar

American Library Association Editions is offering a free webinar on library advocacy this Thursday, August 2nd at 2:30pm. Advocacy strategies to minimize or avoid budget cuts will be discussed. Presenters include the founders of savenyclibraries.org and leadership of Urban Librarians Unite. For more information, including how to register, visit the webinar’s information page.

Webinar – They’ve Got to See it to Believe It: Getting Decision Makers Into Your Library

On Wednesday, July 24th at 2:00pm, the American Library Association will offer a free webinar on how to get elected officials into the library and agreeing with you. For more information and to register, visit the registation page.

Free Webinar! Funding Cuts Got You Down? 10 Insider Tactics for Impacting the Funding Debate (for the Better!)

Learn about techniques to influence council members, legislators, administrators and others  and their perception of the library’s value during a free webinar on Wednesday, June 13, 4:00-5:00pm from the American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office. For more information on this webinar, including how to register, go to the registration page.

If you’re attending the ALA Annual Conference in June, you can continue the discussion at a conference program.

Webinar video available: National Library Legislative Day 2012, What to Know Before You Go

If you missed the webinar, there is now a video of available of Tuesday’s webinar to prepare you for National Library Legislative Day. Links to other resources mentioned in the webinar are also available. For a description, see the earlier blog post.

More information about National Library Legislative Day is available on the Legislative Panel blog.

National Library Legislative Day 2012 – Webinar: What to Know Before You Go

The American Library Association Washington Office is offering this free webinar on Tuesday, April 10th at 1:00pm. Before heading to Capitol Hill for National Library Legislative Day, learn how to be the most effective during meetings with legislators and more. See this link for more information, including how to register.

More information about National Library Legislative Day is available on the Legislative Panel blog.

Webinar video now available – Legislative Process and How You Can Make a Difference

A video is now available online for the February 27th webinar entitled “The Legislative Process and You: How it Works and How to Make a Difference.” The slides are also available.

Free webinar on the Legislative Process and How You Can Make a Difference

The American Library Association’s Washington Office is offering a free webinar entitled “The Legislative Process and You: How it Works and How to Make a Difference” on Monday, February 27th from 4:00-5:00pm. Stephanie Vance, the Advocacy Guru, will explain how to be engaged throughout the legislative process. Participants will leave with a plan to implement new ideas.

For more information, including a link to register, please see the District Dispatch post.

 

Webinar: Education, lobbying & advocacy – What’s allowed?

Education, lobbying and advocacy are often used interchangeably. However, there are differences in their definitions and what is and is not allowed. Find out what library supporters can and can’t do in this free webinar on Tuesday, December 6th at 4:00pm offered by the American Library Association’s Washington Office. For more information and to register, see the District Dispatch post.

 


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