Get inspired with advanced advocacy and outreach ideas!
Start building today for better funding and support tomorrow. A variety of topics lets you learn how to make the biggest impact with limited resources
Get inspired with fresh advocacy and outreach ideas! More presentations from this year’s Library Advocacy and Funding Conference are up now on Webinars on Demand to help you reach out and involve your community. Start building today for better funding and support tomorrow. A variety of topics lets you learn how to make the biggest impact with limited resources
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Ballot Measures as a Tool for Advocacy
Join the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center to learn how you can utilize ballot measures as at tool - even if you're a 501c(3) organization - to move your advocacy goals forward and create a more equitable and just society. - Marsha Donat, Ballot Initiative Strategy Center
Personas in Action: Define Your Audience to Develop Your Messages
Your patrons, donors, and advocates are the lifeblood of your institution and mission, so it makes sense to keep them at the center of all your communications. That’s where persona development comes in. - Ashlee Sang, Ashlee Sang Consulting
These webinars come from a wide range of sources and are available to you at any time to help you learn basic strategies, concepts and ideas. These webinars are also often free thanks to a sponsoring organization.
American Attitudes Towards Public Education: Findings from the 2020 PDK Annual Poll
In this session, Dr. Joshua P. Starr, CEO of PDK International, will present the results of the 2020 PDK Poll of the Public's Attitudes Towards Public Education. This is the 51st year of the PDK poll, which is the longest running continuous poll of American's perspectives on public education. From school choice, to the use of standardized tests, diversity and the performance of the current administration, the PDK poll results inform the debate on public education policy and practice in unique ways. - Dr. Joshua Starr, PDK International