Webinars

Libraries and the Elections: How You Can be Involved and Make a Difference [webinar]

Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/843991994 You may have heard that there’s a midterm election coming up in November. In this ALA Washington office webinar we’ll look at what library supporters can legally, ethically and effectively do to get involved. Ensuring that candidates understand the importance of libraries is one of the most important ways to ... Read More »

ALA Washington Office Webinar: The One Thing That ALWAYS Works in Getting Policymakers to Listen

Join us for a Webinar on July 27 In this ALA Washington office webinar we’ll reveal the secrets to getting policymakers at all levels — whether your local city councilperson, a state legislator or a member of the U.S. Congress — to take libraries seriously. If you’re looking for more funding, a better policy environment or just a little positive ... Read More »

Webinar Invitation Effective Partnerships between the Public Workforce System and Libraries

In June, the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (ETA) issued Training and Employment Notice (TEN) 50-09, in which it announced its partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to share information and resources and to encourage effective partnerships between the workforce system and libraries.  Register for this Webinar to learn more about the Federal ... Read More »

ALA Washington Office Webinar: Virtual Library Advocacy Day

Can’t come to DC for ALA’s Library Advocacy Day? Have no fear! You can participate via the web. Join us for this webinar outlining the various actions you can take from the comfort of your couch or office to support the library community’s outreach in our nation’s Capitol. Together, we can make a difference! Date: Monday, June 21, 2010 Time: ... Read More »