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Timely AASL webinars

From Becky Russell:
I just received this very timely information from AASL. They have several webinars about “telling your story” for legislative/administrator support purposes. See information below regarding past and upcoming webinars on this topic:
School Library Month Special Update

Messaging is Everything!
Join AASL for Session 2 of “How to Create Strategic Stories to Gain Support for Your Library” on Tuesday, March 22, at 6:00 pm Eastern. Presenter Nancy Dowd will discuss the types of messages that will resonate with parents, teachers, and school administrators. Miss the first session? Catch up by watching the archived version on demand. Don’t forget to join the Create Your Own Story ALA Connect community and share your message.

Learning4Life in My School Library – Voting Open!
The entries are in and now it’s time to vote! Head over to SchoolTube.com and rate your favorite entries in the Learning4Life in My School Library Student Video Contest. Your votes and the judges’ scores will be combined to determine the winners! Voting ends March 23 and winners will be announced April 1 to kick off School Library Month.

Create Your Own Story – Then Use It!
Join the Advocacy Guru, Stephanie Vance, for a complimentary webinar on how to get legislators to listen up, and more importantly, agree with you on school library policy and funding issues. Use the skills you’ve honed by attending “How to Create Strategic Stories to Gain Support for your Library” and learn how to tell a story that will matter to legislators. This live webinar will be held March 30, from 5:00-6:00 pm Eastern. Space is limited. Register now!


One Response

  1. Looks like the links in the e-mail didn’t carry through on my post. Check this link for information about the AASL webinars:

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