Looking for advocacy resources to get you started? We can help you out with that. Below are a few places on our website where you can find additional advocacy training resources. Keep an eye on this space–we’ll keep it updated as new resources become available.
- Visit the ALA Legislative Action Center today.
- Getting Started as a Library Advocate includes tips for developing an advocacy action plan, an advocacy toolkit, and links to online courses and materials.
- Go to the ALA Washington Office for up to date information about key legislative and policy issues that concern libraries.
- Visit the Office for Intellectual Freedom for information about censorship, privacy issues and banned books week.
- The Office for Library Advocacy focuses on providing training and resources for library advocates at a state and local level.
- The Advocacy University website breaks down the available resources by the type of library and the topic, including toolkits, checklists, online courses and materials.
- Visit the archived Advocacy Webinars webpage (requires an ALA login)