Register now for fall session of PLA’s free public library advocacy education program

Become your library's strongest advocate when you register for the free online Turning the Page 2.0 advocacy training course. This six-week blended learning program is led by professional facilitators who teach valuable advocacy skills and lead you through the creation of a customized Advocacy Work Plan for your library. Content includes a focus on building support for technology.

Create and tell your library's story • Develop a compelling case for support • Deliver effective presentations • Build and sustain partnerships

 

The next six-week online course begins the week of Oct. 31 and is comprised of weekly webinars and independent work, as well as personalized facilitator feedback.

Turning the Page 2.0 is open to any interested library staff member or supporter. You can build an advocacy team including staff, trustees, Friends, and others--there is no limit to the number of attendees per library.

Registration for the fall session (week of Oct. 31-week of Dec. 12) is now open until Oct. 18. Register Today!

Turning the Page 2.0 will also be offered two times in 2012 with kick-off events scheduled at the PLA 2012 Conference and 2012 ALA Annual Conference.

Click here for more details about Turning the Page 2.0. If you have any questions, please email ttp2@ala.org. Turning the Page 2.0 is developed and presented by the Public Library Association (PLA) with generous support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.