Turning the Page 2.0 is a unique opportunity for free, in-depth, interactive, online education in public library advocacy. Register for this six week course and get one-on-one attention from professional facilitators as you build a customized Advocacy Work Plan for your library.
This session begins with a free, optional program at the ALA 2012 Annual Conference on June 22, then transitions into an online six-week course with weekly virtual classroom sessions and independent work.
People are talking about Turning the Page 2.0!
“I cannot recommend it highly enough. It has changed not just how I advocate for our library, but how I think about things here in general. It is a good investment of time and energy.”
"This course is further honing my public speaking, relationship building, and 'asking' skills.”
"It was one of the best library-related online experiences I have had."
--Quotes from participants of Turning the Page 2.0
Registration for the summer session (week of July 9-week of August 13) is now open!
(Registration closes June 13, 2012)
Turning the Page 2.0 is developed and presented by the Public Library Association with generous support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.